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After the 15th annual IIFA in Tampa, Florida, USA, in 2014, the litigation over the economic

After the 15th annual IIFA in Tampa, Florida, USA, in 2014, the litigation over the economic

After the 15th annual IIFA in Tampa, Florida, USA, in 2014, the litigation over the economic proceeds which was commenced in New York City Supreme Court by Megha Bhouraskar of the Law Offices of Megha D. Bhouraskar, P.C., has now continued and been specially set for a two-week trial beginning December 7, 2015 in Tampa, Florida (“Tampa Lawsuit”).

 Attorneys from Gray Robinson, Florida, and Megha Bhouraskar from New York, are prosecuting the Tampa Lawsuit  on behalf of the Claimant(s) AKARSH KOLAPRATH, individually, and as the principal of 7M TOURS, LLC, a travel and tourism company

arranging International travel and tours. In particular, the litigation alleges a sophisticated financial schemeorchestrated by Wizcraft Entertainment USA, LLC; Wizcraft International  Entertainment Singapore PTE Limited and its principals ANDRE TIMMINS;VIRAF SARKARI; JOSEPH SABBAS and NOREEN KHAN along withthe knowing participation by DR. KIRAN C. PATEL; DR.PALLAVI PATEL; and their DRS. KIRAN & PALLAVI PATELFAMILY FOUNDATION, INC. , and numerous others marchesforward. DR. PATEL’S lawyers have failed to timely respond to the Tampa lawsuit and instead, have asked for an extension to respond through June 10, 2015.

 The Tampa lawsuit seeks from these individuals and entities in excess of $7,000,000.00 (Seven Million Dollars) USD in damages.  United States Federal Bankruptcy Judge Michael Williamson will presently preside over the Tampa trial.

 “We are anxious for our clients to have their day in Court so that they can be rightfully compensated for the work performed and for promises made in regards to the 2014 IIFA Awards,” said Roy Kobert, Esq., one of the prosecuting attorneys from Gray Robinson, Florida; “Might does not make right and our clients will not be bullied or intimidated and will not back down until justice is obtained,” Kobert added.