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Background Information

Employment History

President

Solutions for Industry

President

Initech Restoration, Inc.

Affiliations

Founder
Marshall Investments Corp.

Web References (115 Total References)


KW PowerLogic |  Team

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An important part of the KWPL technical team is added by Brian Marshall of Solutions for Industry Ltd. Brian brings a long history of work in renewable energy systems, equipment design and grid integration to the table. Responsible for Direct Current design issues, Brian makes sure the maximum output is achieved with total equipment compatibility and system integrity.


Tampa executive Brian Marshall ...

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Tampa executive Brian Marshall pleads not guilty to fraud

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Local executive Brian Marshall, whose high-flying lifestyle crashed to the ground last year, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to securities-fraud charges in Dallas.
Marshall, 48, is founder of Tampa-based Fireline Restoration Inc., a property restoration firm he reportedly sold in 2006 for $60 million. The company specialized in storm cleanup of properties.
The Dallas company that bought the business kept Marshall on as a vice president. He remained in that position until the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission began investigating accounting problems there in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
The SEC charged Marshall and other executives with creating a "fantasy of fraud" by issuing news releases designed to drive up stock prices with exaggerated accounts of the business they were doing.
Fireline announced plans in 2007 to build a 635,000-square-foot retail and office center across from the MiraBay Village community in Apollo Beach. The plans never came to fruition.
In 2008, Marshall formed Tampa-based Intitech Restoration Inc. But his income, valued at $1.5 million in 2009, dwindled to nothing.
Bankruptcy came late that year.
Branch Banking & Trust Co. has a judgment against Marshall for a $25 million business loan he personally backed. The bank has repossessed his 45-foot Sea Ray yacht, Pair of Dice, and one of his two Bentley luxury automobiles.
Marshall again made headlines last year during his child custody hearing when the magistrate read his credit card statements aloud.
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The purchases all came in the months after Marshall, a general contractor, had sought bankruptcy protection for eight companies he controlled.
Magistrate Mary Lou Cuellar-Stilo ordered Marshall to turn over assets to his ex-wife, including cash he was carrying.
Marshall pulled a wad of bills from his pocket and counted out $1,080.


Tampa executive Brian Marshall ...

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Tampa executive Brian Marshall pleads not guilty to fraud

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Local executive Brian Marshall, whose high-flying lifestyle crashed to the ground last year, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to securities-fraud charges in Dallas.
Marshall, 48, is founder of Tampa-based Fireline Restoration Inc., a property restoration firm he reportedly sold in 2006 for $60 million. The company specialized in storm cleanup of properties.
The Dallas company that bought the business kept Marshall on as a vice president. He remained in that position until the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission began investigating accounting problems there in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
The SEC charged Marshall and other executives with creating a "fantasy of fraud" by issuing news releases designed to drive up stock prices with exaggerated accounts of the business they were doing.
Fireline announced plans in 2007 to build a 635,000-square-foot retail and office center across from the MiraBay Village community in Apollo Beach. The plans never came to fruition.
In 2008, Marshall formed Tampa-based Intitech Restoration Inc. But his income, valued at $1.5 million in 2009, dwindled to nothing.
Bankruptcy came late that year.
Branch Banking & Trust Co. has a judgment against Marshall for a $25 million business loan he personally backed. The bank has repossessed his 45-foot Sea Ray yacht, Pair of Dice, and one of his two Bentley luxury automobiles.
Marshall again made headlines last year during his child custody hearing when the magistrate read his credit card statements aloud.
...
The purchases all came in the months after Marshall, a general contractor, had sought bankruptcy protection for eight companies he controlled.
Magistrate Mary Lou Cuellar-Stilo ordered Marshall to turn over assets to his ex-wife, including cash he was carrying.
Marshall pulled a wad of bills from his pocket and counted out $1,080.


Tampa executive Brian Marshall ...

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Tampa executive Brian Marshall pleads not guilty to fraud

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Local executive Brian Marshall, whose high-flying lifestyle crashed to the ground last year, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to securities-fraud charges in Dallas.
Marshall, 48, is founder of Tampa-based Fireline Restoration Inc., a property restoration firm he reportedly sold in 2006 for $60 million. The company specialized in storm cleanup of properties.
The Dallas company that bought the business kept Marshall on as a vice president. He remained in that position until the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission began investigating accounting problems there in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
The SEC charged Marshall and other executives with creating a "fantasy of fraud" by issuing news releases designed to drive up stock prices with exaggerated accounts of the business they were doing.
Fireline announced plans in 2007 to build a 635,000-square-foot retail and office center across from the MiraBay Village community in Apollo Beach. The plans never came to fruition.
In 2008, Marshall formed Tampa-based Intitech Restoration Inc. But his income, valued at $1.5 million in 2009, dwindled to nothing.
Bankruptcy came late that year.
Branch Banking & Trust Co. has a judgment against Marshall for a $25 million business loan he personally backed. The bank has repossessed his 45-foot Sea Ray yacht, Pair of Dice, and one of his two Bentley luxury automobiles.
Marshall again made headlines last year during his child custody hearing when the magistrate read his credit card statements aloud.
...
The purchases all came in the months after Marshall, a general contractor, had sought bankruptcy protection for eight companies he controlled.
Magistrate Mary Lou Cuellar-Stilo ordered Marshall to turn over assets to his ex-wife, including cash he was carrying.
Marshall pulled a wad of bills from his pocket and counted out $1,080.


Brian Marshall was booked ...

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Brian Marshall was booked into the Hillsborough County jail in October on a fugitive warrant from Las Vegas. Brian Marshall was booked into the Hillsborough County jail in October on a fugitive warrant from Las Vegas.

TAMPA - Brian Marshall sat stone-faced before a magistrate as his ex-wife's attorney read his credit card statements out loud.
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The purchases all came in the months after Marshall, a general contractor, had sought bankruptcy protection for eight companies he controlled.
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Presiding over his child-support hearing in Tampa on Wednesday, the magistrate quizzed Marshall on his assets, rolled her eyes about the Range Rover he drove to court, and ordered him to hand his ex-wife the cash he was carrying.
Marshall pulled a wad of $100 bills from his pocket and counted out $1,080.
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The Dallas company that bought the business kept Marshall on as a vice president - until the U.S. Securities and Exchange commission began investigating accounting problems there in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
The SEC eventually charged Marshall and other executives with creating a "fantasy of fraud" by issuing press releases designed to drive up stock prices with exaggerated accounts of all the business they were doing.
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The next year, Marshall formed Tampa-based Intitech Restoration Inc. Then he watched his income, $1.5 million in 2009, dwindle to nothing. Bankruptcy came late that year.
Branch Banking &Trust Co. has a judgment against Marshall for a $25 million business loan he personally backed. The bank has repossessed his 45-foot SeaRay yacht, called "Pair of Dice," and one of his two Bentley luxury automobiles.
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Wherever Marshall goes these days, Kehoe said, BB&T follows.
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The presence of the bank attorneys at the hearing this week unnerved Marshall, who at one point asked the magistrate if he could refrain from answering certain questions because BB&T would use the information against him.
Marshall told the magistrate he has only $1,700 in his bank account.
Even so, he has been living the life of a rock star.
The attorney representing his ex-wife told of a lavish lifestyle of hobnobbing around Tampa and California in luxury cars and spending nearly $30,000 at the posh Palma Ceia Country Club in south Tampa.
Marshall was arrested in October and jailed in Hillsborough County on a Nevada warrant charging him with passing $45,000 in bad checks to Caesars Palace.
He testified this week that he was released on that charge after borrowing money from a friend, identified in court as Tampa businessman Scott Friedman.
Marshall told the magistrate he was defrauded by his partners in the restoration businesses and didn't receive the agreed-upon amount for his Fireline company. The money he did get went to pay taxes, he said.
Marshall said he had to make hard choices about how to spend his money.
Yes, he admitted, he chose to skip his $4,000-a-month child-support payments. But he planned to make them up after turning his companies around.
Instead, in April, his Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection was converted to Chapter 7 liquidation. He's now working for no pay with another Tampa company, hoping to build its restoration business, he said.
Once he does, he said, he'll be compensated and can make good on child-support payments for his 14-year-old son.
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As for the $10,000 strip-club visit, Marshall said that's all part of entertaining clients.
"I'm trying to build a business," he said.

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