Entrepreneur Mark Phillips Files A Series of Multi-Million Dollar Fraud Suits Against Former Business Associates of MOD Systems
MOD Systems co-founder, Mark Phillips, has filed two lawsuits against former business associates.
Mr. Phillips filed suit against Robert M. Arnold, Julia de Haan, Jeffrey A. Smith, Juanita M. Jardin, aka Jan Wallace, Christopher Lundvall and others in the Western District of Washington on March 12th, 2013, alleging computer fraud and abuse, breach of contract, tortious interference with contract, fraud, conspiracy, and indemnity (Phillips vs. Arnold et al., Case No 13-CV-0444-RSM Western District of Washington, http://bit.ly/11tOa1D).
A second suit was filed on April 2nd, 2013, against Nevada attorney, Kyleen E. Cane, aka Michael Cane, Juanita M. Jardin, aka Jan Wallace, and others in the Western District of Washington. The five-count complaint alleges breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, conspiracy, and indemnity (Phillips vs. Cane et al., Case No. 13-CV-596-JCC Western District of Washington, http://bit.ly/ZX4DOQ).
An entrepreneur and computer science innovator, Mr. Phillips has nine years of experience bringing mobile and digital media enterprise software solutions to market. He has been involved in the start-up of several other technology companies in the Seattle area. He founded MOD Systems in 2005 and has participated in the development of more than 35 products to date. For more information about Mr. Phillips go to http://bit.ly/ZIa6C5.
In 2011, Mr. Phillips was sentenced to 4 years in federal prison. Mr. Phillips, recently released, is currently appealing his conviction and has filed a motion for a new trial (United States v. Phillips Case No. CR10-269-JCC, Docket #208, Phillips’ Motion Under F.R.C.P Rule 33, For New Trial, http://bit.ly/YnnXBR).