Have The Connor Group Complaints and Scams Finally Ended in a Lawsuit?
The mantra of a lawsuit to address what residents have considered The Connor Group complaints and scams has bounced around the internet for years. It may be taking place. It may have already taken place. Not being a lawyer, our reading of these documents is spotty at best. Here is our layman’s take on it.
Filed as a class action suit, it has at least one plaintiff pursuing $75K in damages related to mold, cleaning personal effects, and cost of moving. Not much press on it as The Connor Group seems to have slapped a pretty tight gag order on it to protect “…trade secrets, confidential information, test data, scientific information and other proprietary information and processes, business plans and other secret information,…”.
Scientific information? I could see protecting artistic information, but there hasn’t been proprietary or secret about their business processes since Moses brought down the tablets.
The suit seems to involve…maybe you better sit down for this. The suit seems to involve mold. Shocking, I know.
The Connor Group seems to be shopping for a more sympathetic court. It seems Stone Ridge at the Vining, 3000 Cumberland Club Dr Atlanta, GA 30339 is actually a Delaware company. That’s got to be a helluva’ commute. And since The Connor Group, of scams and complaints fame, and Heartland Water, since “purchased by First Billing”, are Ohio companies, The Connor Group does not believe they should be tried in Georgia court. Larry Connor apparently does not know where he wants to stand at these times of challenges and controversy, but it’s not in Georgia.
Interesting, one reason The Connor Group puts forward for moving the lawsuit to another venue is that is may easily exceed $5 million dollars. “You can’t sue me here. We may be too guilty and have to pay too much to be tried here.” Again, I’m not an attorney, but I’ve learned not to confuse ‘justice’ with ‘the law’.
The plaintiff was represented by Morgan & Morgan. Follow the link. There is a form to enter for more info and a Live Chat window also pops up. This site is not associated with Morgan & Morgan.
Case No: 1:2012cv02633 Christopher Cox vs. Stone Ridge at Vinings, LLC; The Connor Group; and Heartland Regional Power