Samir Itani got rich sending expired food overseas to U.S. troops in the Middle East.
Berg & Androphy attorneys (from left) Sarah Frazier, Joel Androphy and Kathryn Nelson. "Jipped," this week's cover story in the Houston Press, explores the case of American Grocers, Inc., a Houston-based company that exports food to the Middle East (working, in part, off military contracts), ... More >>
A Houston company gets nailed for $15 million for sending expired food to U.S. troops in the Middle East. The Department of Justice announced today that Houston's American Grocers, Inc., has agreed to pay $15 million to settle a lawsuit that charged the company with shipping expired food to U.S. ... More >>
Chalk up some more victories in the U.S. Attorney's fight against Houstonians who were scamming Uncle Sam as they shipped food to the troops in Iraq.We already told you about Stephen Day, president of a company called LGI, who pled guilty in April to conspiring to defraud the government.Yesterday th ... More >>
Stephen Patrick Day of Houston is a patriot.When war came in Iraq, he asked not whether it was the right war; he asked not if WMDs existed or if Iraq had anything to do with 9/11.Instead he asked how he could scam some serious bucks out of the venture.Day owns Logistics Group International, and he p ... More >>