Xerox has won its lawsuit in Saipan against Imperial Pacific International for its nonpayment of services rendered. IPI has been ordered to pay Xerox more than US$180,000 and to immediately surrender its Xerox machines.
Imperial Pacific International is pleading to the US District Court for the NMI for a payment plan with the US Department of Labor, saying that they lack the funds to pay the judgment before the court’s deadline. Meanwhile, Xerox Saipan has asked the court to enter a default judgment against IPI for failing to respond to its lawsuit within the time allowed.
Imperial Pacific International is facing yet another lawsuit for its nonpayment of various contractors, workers, and others. This time, Xerox company is suing IPI for about US$183,000 for its failure to pay for services rendered and equipment rented.
The stakes are getting higher for Imperial Pacific International, particularly after a lawyer for one of the plaintiffs asked the court for Chief Executive Officer Donald Browne to be jailed for contempt of court.
Imperial Pacific International is facing yet another lawsuit from a contractor claiming unpaid bills, this time from Winzy Corp, which is claiming $162,925.
A District Court for the NMI declared that Imperial Pacific International has no 5th Amendment right to avoid self-incrimination as she denied the firm's request to suspend the court proceedings in the lawsuit of seven construction workers who have alleged labor and other violations.
Another plaintiff is asking the court to enforce a settlement awarded against Imperial Pacific International, saying it has violated the terms of an initial agreement.
A key contractor in a legal dispute with Imperial Pacific International has again asked the federal court to order the U.S. Marshals Service to seize some of the company’s assets.
The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is suing Imperial Pacific International for allegedly subjecting some female VIP service hosts to physical and verbal sexual...
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