Federal proceedings – 19-cv-364

On May 23, 2019, the Receiver filed a complaint against The UPS Store, Inc.; Herring Ventures, LLC d/b/a The UPS Store; Austin Elsen; Tammie Elsen; Courtney Herring; Diane Lofton; and Chandler Westover, the notaries and their employer on whom Lamar Adams principally relied to notarize fake timber deeds.

On June 13, 2019, the Receiver amended the complaint to include allegations against Rawlings & MacInnis, PA; Tammy Vinson; and Jeannie Chisholm.

The complaint alleges the defendants’ actions contributed to the success of the Madison Timber Ponzi scheme, and therefore to the debts of the Receivership Estate.

The following are select filings (most recent first) from the federal civil case Alysson Mills vs. The UPS Store, Inc., et al., No. 3:19-cv-00364 (S.D. Miss.):

2019-10-15 [51] The UPS Store, Inc.’s Answer

2019-10-11 [50] Rawlings & MacInnis’s Answer

2019-09-30 [49] Order denying Rawlings & MacInnis’s and The UPS Store, Inc.’s Motions to Dismiss

2019-09-26 [48] Rawlings & MacInnis’s Reply to Receiver’s Opposition to Motion to Dismiss

2019-09-26 [47] The UPS Store Inc.’s Reply to Receiver’s Opposition to Motion to Dismiss

2019-09-12 [43] Receiver’s Opposition to Motions to Dismiss

2019-08-29 [42] The UPS Store Inc.’s Motion to Dismiss

2019-08-26 [38] Chandler Westover’s Answer

2019-08-26 [37] Diane Lofton’s Answer

2019-08-26 [36] Courtney Herring’s Answer

2019-08-26 [35] Tammie Elsen’s Answer

2019-08-26 [34] Austin Elsen’s Answer

2019-08-26 [33] Herring Ventures, LLC’s Answer

2019-08-08 [26] Rawlings & MacInnis’s Motion to Dismiss

2019-06-13 [14] Amended Complaint

2019-05-23 [1] Complaint