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Healthmall.com - Alternative Medicine Newsletter - Health, Fitness, Nutrition and Personal Development
www.hlthmall.com, 16 May 2000 [cached]
B.H. Cutler and Titan had arranged for Home Insurance Company to provide workers' compensation coverage for their employees.On various dates between July 1992 and June 1995, FEINBERG conspired to defraud Home Insurance Company by fraudulently reducing Titan and B.H. Cutler's premiums for workers' compensation insurance by providing Home Insurance and its auditor with fraudulent records which understated the payroll of Titan and B.H. Cutler, and provided false, lower-risk job classifications for their employees.Additionally FEINBERG concealed his knowledge of the pension fraud and embezzlement felony perpetrated by Arthur Grodd when he was the owner of B.H. Cutler.
had entered into a collective bargaining agreement with Boston Roofers' Local 33, United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers, and was obligated to make payments on behalf of its employees to various pension funds, which were protected by the Employees Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).These payments were to be based on the total hours worked by covered employees.Grodd had directed that B.H. Cutler file false and fraudulent remittance reports which under-reported the hours worked by its employees, thereby unlawfully reducing the contributions made to those ERISA pension funds by B.H. Cutler
In 1989, 1993 and 1995, the Local 33 pension funds retained an auditor to examine the records of B.H. Cutler
, and to review the discrepancies between the B.H. Cutler remittance reports and the hours worked by some of its employees.Although FEINBERG knew of Grodd's pension fraud and embezzlement, he
provided the auditor retained by the Local 33 pension funds with false computer summaries which reflected the false remittance reports filed by B.H. Cutler
, and which appeared to confirm B.H. Cutler's false representations regarding the hours worked by B.H. Cutler employees.