Levitt discovers what goes around, comes around…

Reporter : Tricia Takanawa

Content : Levitt Robinson, Levitt Storm case, Tony Morris QC, Stewart Levitt

Tuesday 12th February 2013

Further to our breaking news in article titled “Tony Morris QC fired, CBA relieved” about Tony Morris QC on the 31st Dec 2012, sources have informed us that Mr Morris is suing Levitts to the tune of at least $150,000.  The proceedings have been brought by Mr Morris for fees outstanding to him following Levitt Robinsons refusal to pay Mr Morris for work done and for which Levitts has already collected funds from Storm clients.

Furthermore our source informed The Plain Truth that Mr Levitt was served with papers of claim originating from Tony Morris QC whilst at a meeting of Storm clients at Redcliffe yesterday evening Monday 11February 2013.  This was done after Mr Levitt spent the evening attempting to  shore up' flagging support and keep the money flowing in.

Confirmation of the filing of the claim by Mr Morris against Mr Levitt can be viewed on the Queensland District Court website (see link – http://apps.courts.qld.gov.au/esearching/FileDetails.aspx?Location=BRISB&Court=DISTR&Filenumber=432/13).

This action by Mr Morris QC appears to confirm the view held by The Plain Truth that the unregistered managed investment scheme (UMIS) class action is weak with very low prospects of success.  The Plain Truth still believes that the most likely avenue for success is in the pursuit of ASIC for gagging Storm and preventing from advising its clients at the most crucial time.


Editor Note:

The Plain Truth stands ready and willing to assist Levitt Robinson with information and evidence against ASIC in the role as a facilitator in the closure Storm.

The Editor

The Plain Truth,

PO Box 2783

New Farm  QLD  4005

Content : Levitt Robinson, Levitt Storm case, Tony Morris QC, Stewart Levitt

Document :

2013.02.07 Morris v Levitt application

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