Thus, James Peterson, the DC Attorney and Blehm’sEscrow agent was free to transmit Blehm’s stock to Quiksilver, while he fully knew that DC would never pay the Blehm employment taxes required in the August 20, 2003 Settlement Agreement between DC and Blehm/FDC. His obvious conflict of interest should be enough to relieve him of his license to practice law. Blehm’s attempts to get an escrow closing statement out of him have proved futile. He apparently fears that something done at the close of escrow may serve to incriminate him. | One positive result to Blehm’s credit resulted from the Stipulation required in the August 20, 2003 Settlement Agreement, whereby Larry Campitiello and James Peterson, no doubt unintentionally, provided Blehm with this opportunity to re-open this sad state of greed and dishonesty, despite Larry Campitiello’s loss of Blehm’s right to appeal by allowing the time to expire to file a notice of intention to appeal. | Larry was constantly reminded of that deadline by Clayton Blehm and ignored the expiration of the time limit. Amazingly, the Stipulation filed by Peterson and Campitiello, immediately following the signing of the August 20, 2003 Settlement Agreement, provided for a preliminary dismissal of the Complaint
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