Published: March 27, 2009 at 8:09 PMThe funny thing is that the very heart of Goodwin's case is the fact that he set up the new corporation and supposedly tranferred said property rights to that corporation without the boards approval. For those of you not laughing yet...depending on when he formed the corporation and when he allegedly transferred assets...it's a really good possibility that what he did was illegal, and he's trying to make a court case for himself based on that illegal act. Never mind that this guy was directly responsible for a 375 million dollar loss in one year of operation, now he has his hand out to the new owners and wants money from the very project he drove into the ground. It does take some real cojones to do what he has done, although I'm not sure it was the smartest move in history to do it.
Published: March 27, 2009 at 8:23 PMAnd this is after the guy already tried to get the bankruptcy court’s permission to give $1 million in severance pay to nine members of the management team - himself included!
Pathetic. All these failed managers thinking they are owed compensation. Whatever happened to actually earning your money?