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The Zito Media appeal was one of nine appeals stemming from a 2004 lawsuit filed in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas by Adelphia founder John Rigas, other ... John and Timothy Rigas were respectively sentenced by a jury to 15 and 20 years in prison on securities fraud charges in July 2004.
Law360, Philadelphia (May 17, 2017, 3:27 PM EDT) -- Attorneys for a series of entities connected to defunct Adelphia Communications Corp. asked a ... Federal Prosecutors said that John Rigas, Timothy Rigas and John's other son, Michael Rigas, stole millions from the Adelphia, including $252 million to cover private ...

His son and fellow inmate Timothy Rigas escorted him and gave him a hug and a kiss goodbye, he said. "Under the circumstances, he's in good spirits," McMichael said, adding that Rigas stopped for lunch at a diner in Scranton on his way home to Coudersport. "He's looking forward to being home and ...
Rigas and another son, Timothy Rigas, Adelphia's former chief financial officer, were found guilty in 2004 of conspiring to conceal Adelphia's debt and loot corporate funds and assets. Adelphia had been the fifth-largest U.S. cable TV operator before its 2002 collapse. It became one of the biggest corporate ...
Rigas built Adelphia Cable into the nation's fifth-largest cable company, with more than 5 million subscribers. He once owned the Buffalo Sabres ... Though John and Timothy Rigas appealed and stayed out of jail for years, a judge in 2007 ordered them to begin serving their sentences. In 2008, though, U.S. ...
Federal Prosecutors said they are beginning to distribute more than $728 million forfeited by Adelphia Communications Corp. in 2005, a year after founder John Rigas and his son, former CFO Timothy Rigas, were convicted on securities fraud and bank fraud. The payout, which will go to former Adelphia ...

John and Timothy Rigas were respectively sentenced by a jury to 15 and 20 years in prison on securities fraud charges in July 2004. Michael ...
His son and fellow inmate Timothy Rigas escorted him and gave him a hug and a kiss goodbye, he said. "Under the circumstances, he's in good spirits," McMichael said, adding that Rigas stopped for lunch at a diner in Scranton on his way home to Coudersport. "He's looking forward to being home and ...
Rigas and another son, Timothy Rigas, Adelphia's former chief financial officer, were found guilty in 2004 of conspiring to conceal Adelphia's ...
Rigas built Adelphia Cable into the nation's fifth-largest cable ... Though John and Timothy Rigas appealed and stayed out of jail for years, ...
Federal Prosecutors said they are beginning to distribute more than $728 million forfeited by Adelphia Communications Corp. in 2005, a year after founder John Rigas and his son, former CFO Timothy Rigas, were convicted on securities fraud and bank fraud. The payout, which will go to former Adelphia ...
The Adelphia scandal rocked the cable industry, after Rigas and his sons were accused hiding $3 ... Timothy Rigas is serving a 17-year term.
The family that founded the Adelphia Communications Corporation, the big ... He said that John and Timothy Rigas planned to appeal their ...
After reviewing the documents privately, U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood granted John and Timothy Rigas' motion to compel nonparty Patrick ...
Those of you that followed the Adelphia cable Saga a decade ago may find ... Timothy Rigas continues to serve a twenty-year prison sentence.
Rigas and another son, Timothy Rigas, Adelphia's former chief financial officer, were found guilty in 2004 of conspiring to conceal Adelphia's ...
Rigas and another son, Timothy Rigas, Adelphia's former chief financial officer, were found guilty in 2004 of conspiring to conceal Adelphia's ...

Rigas built Adelphia Cable into the nation's fifth-largest cable ... Though John and Timothy Rigas appealed and stayed out of jail for years, ...
The civil suit fifiled by Michael and Timothy Rigas against their ... At that time, Brown was among a group of Adelphia offificers who, along with ...
The Adelphia scandal rocked the cable industry, after Rigas and his sons were accused hiding $3 ... Timothy Rigas is serving a 17-year term.
After reviewing the documents privately, U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood granted John and Timothy Rigas' motion to compel nonparty Patrick M. McLaughlin to produce documents containing his notes taken during a series of meetings that took place in 2004 ...
That's when John Rigas, Timothy Rigas and Michael Rigas (the former Adelphia operations chief who avoided prison by pleading guilty to falsifying records) were arrested at 6 a.m.
Despite the fact I've looked at the loss of that job as a good thing over the years, I've struggled with how I felt about Adelphia, and the Rigas family. ... That video was meant to allow John and Timothy Rigas the opportunity to see the service. For ...
Five Adelphia executives were indicted for fraud but only two (John Rigas and Timothy Rigas) were found guilty. Timothy Rigas continues to serve a twenty-year prison sentence. After the resulting implosion, Adelphia was sold to Time Warner Cable and ...
Rigas and another son, Timothy Rigas, Adelphia's former chief financial officer, were found guilty in 2004 of conspiring to conceal Adelphia's debt and loot corporate funds and assets.
U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood in Manhattan signed an order allowing Adelphia Communications Corp. founder John Rigas to be freed as soon as his medical condition permits, the release plan is implemented and travel arrangements can be made.
Though John and Timothy Rigas appealed and stayed out of jail for years, a judge in 2007 ordered them to begin serving their sentences.
U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood in Manhattan signed an order allowing Adelphia Communications Corp. founder John Rigas to be freed as soon as his medical condition permits, the release plan is implemented and travel arrangements can be made.
NEW YORK (AP) - The dying 91-year-old founder of one of the nation's one-time largest cable television companies was ordered freed early from prison on Friday.
"I feel like he's sown goodness and kindness wherever he's been, including where he is now," said Mitch Houghtaling, a former Adelphia paralegal helping to lead a "compassionate release" effort for Rigas. She cites Rigas' terminal cancer to justify ...
Rigas and his son, former Adelphia Chief Financial Officer Timothy Rigas, were found guilty in 2004 of conspiring to conceal Adelphia's debt and use corporate funds and assets for their own benefit. The Adelphia case, along with Enron and WorldCom, was ...


 

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