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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

KEEP MUM AND LAWYER UP: Attorneys Representing Per Wickstrom's A Forever Recovery Make Initial Appearence In U. S. District Court

Per Wickstrom , the man who claimed he “began his first business when he was 17-years-old and sold Mexican black velvet oil paintings around the country”, just hired a pair of lawyers to defend his A Forever Recovery (AFR) rehab center in a Fair Labor Standards Act lawsuit filed in Western Michigan's U. S. District Court on September 26, 2017 by two former AFR employees.

The attorneys, Allan S. Rubin and Blane Veldhuis of Southfield, Michigan-based office of Jackson Lewis P. C. , made their initial appearances in court today.

In addition, Rubin filed a Disclosure of Corporate Affiliation and Financial Interest on behalf of A Forever Recovery.

Whenever a corporation which is a party to a case is a subsidiary or affiliate of any publicly owned corporation not named in the case, counsel for the corporation which is a party must file the statement of disclosure identifying the parent corporation or affiliate and the relationship between it and the corporation which is a party to the case. 

A corporation is considered an affiliate of a publicly owned corporation for purposes of this Rule if it controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with a publicly owned corporation. 

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