Amended pleading expands claims in Endless Jewelry dispute
June 18, 2015 – A Florida state court has granted the firm permission to file an amended complaint in a legal action brought by the firm’s clients against the proprietors of the popular Endless Jewelry line of products. The amended complaint filed today adds defendants, including the parent entity as well as that entity’s founder and CEO, and asserts additional claims for fraud, breach of fiduciary duty and conversion of ownership interests, among others. At its core, the current complaint alleges that plaintiffs conceived of, developed and launched the Endless Jewelry business in North and South America based on representations and agreements that they would receive a substantial ownership interest plus other compensation, but were later shut out of involvement in and denied a portion of the ongoing business. Defendants’ response to the amended complaint is expected next month.