UPDATE: It appears that the Certificate of Interested Parties filed by Stutz law firm in January 2013 was NOT correct. A new Certificate has been filed showing that Artiano, Shinoff and Holtz each still own more than 10% of the company.
I just got a Certificate of Interested Parties from Stutz law firm in the course of my second appeal regarding unconstitutional injunctions in the case. (I won my first appeal.)
The Jan. 17, 2013 certificate shows that no one owns 10% or more of the law firm. In 2010, the three top partners, Ray Artiano, Dan Shinoff and James Holtz each owned more than 10% of the company.
Why did all three of the top partners give up shares in the company? Do they not have confidence in the firm?
Who bought (or was given) the shares?