Projects in the Calabria region were left uninhibited after an Italian law enforcement made an intervention on alleged mafia and IRA money laundering. Most investors were unable to make a claim on their first deposits to Italian attorney Gabriel Giambrone and his colleagues, who were given authorization by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal.
The group, spearheaded by David Niven, were given instructions by over 100 individuals to get back damages worth millions of pounds due to negligence and breach of trust.
The defendants of the suit, Gimabone as well as his businesses, acted on behalf of Niven’s clients in their purchases of several holiday residential developments: the El Caribe and Jewel of the Sea, in Southern Italy, from 2007 to 2008.
At present, Pennington Manches filed a lawsuit against Giambrone, who took in a receipt of approximately 50% of the deposit payments. If the action succeeds, it’s likely that segregated proceedings will resume against AIG, Giambrone’s protection insurer, on the bases that the coverage offered is wider than the limited basis it’s currently claiming.