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Cargill provides food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services to the world. Together with farmers, customers, governments and communities, we help people thrive by applying our insights and 150 years of experience. We have 150,000 employee... more.
Vice President Client Advisory and Development
Director of Feed Ingredients Division
Chief Executive Officer
Science & Ingredients , Inc.
Commodity Trader and General Manager
Grain Division and Merchansing Manager
CHS Agri Service Center
Grain Division Manager: Peter Rohde
Holdrege: Dept Mgr Peter Rohde, Merchandiser Rick Smith
The remaining 25 percent was owned by Peter Rohde and Precious Smart Ingredients, Inc.
Rohde filed a declaration that he, too, was born in Germany and his father served in the German army during World War II. He also stated that had he been aware of the arbitrator's background, he never would have allowed him to be the arbitrator. Finally, he asserted that the arbitrator intended to punish him for the harms brought on the arbitrator's family during World War II.
Div. Three said no reasonable person could entertain a doubt as to the ability of the retired federal magistrate judge who presided over the arbitration between Peter Rohde and Herbert Rebmann to be impartial.
Rohde, principal of Science & Ingredients Inc., and Rebmann had partnered to form a limited liability company to distribute nutritional supplements in North America. After their relationship soured, Rohde initiated arbitration proceedings, contending Rebmann had induced him into their joint venture by intentionally or recklessly misrepresenting various material facts. Rohde also noted that Haberfeld and his parents were members of the "1939 Club," an organization dedicated to avoiding a repeat of the Holocaust. Rohde contended that Haberfeld's decision was intended to "punish me for the harms brought on his family" since Rohde was German, his father had served in the German army during World War II, and his wife's father was in the Schutzstaffel. The proceedings were assigned to retired Orange Superior Court Judge Richard Luesebrink, who found Rohde had not presented any evidence that Haberfeld had knowingly failed to disclose any material facts and granted a protective order preventing Rohde from deposing Haberfeld.
Benchmarks » 2011 » June
The unhappy loser is Peter Rohde.
Rohde is a principal of Science & Ingredients, Inc., a California corporation. Rohde became embroiled in a dispute concerning the formation of a limited liability company with R&R Beteiligungsgellschaft, a German company owned by Herbert Rebmann. Haberfeld ruled against Rohde and awarded Rebmann $1.1 million in attorney fees as the prevailing party. Rohde was understandably unhappy with the result and began fishing around for reasons to have the arbitration award vacated. The California businessman thought he found a reason when he searched the Internet and learned that Haberfeld's parents were German Jewish escapees who lost family and property in the Holocaust. According to Rohde, these facts were relevant because he was born in Germany in 1943 and his father served in the Wehrmacht - the regular German Army - during World War II. Moreover, the father of Rohde's wife served in the infamous Schutzstaffel, or SS. In seeking to have the arbitration award against him vacated, Rohde testified that if he had "known about [Haberfeld's] religious affiliation, his cultural affiliation, and the dedication to keeping the memory of the Holocaust alive, I never would have allowed him to be the arbitrator in my case." Yesterday, the California Court of Appeal agreed that Rohde didn't have a leg to stand on. The background of Rohde and his family and Haberfeld's family were irrelevant," the court said. It further observed that Rohde should have done his Googling before the arbitration began if he had any concerns about Haberfeld's background. "To satisfy Rohde, Haberfeld would have been required to disclose his religion and cultural identity as well as his involvement in the 1939 Club, even though both parties were German and the case had nothing whatsoever to do with World War II. Indeed, Rohde asserts, without adequate factual support, that Haberfeld conducted the arbitration in a manner intended to 'punish me for the harms brought on his family.'" (Rebmann v. Rohde)
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