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Bluemile Inc
Bluemile Inc. Jamie Busic, David Ferris, Thomas Busic, Michael Marlowe, Bluemile LLC, Bulemile Networks, Bulemile Data Center, Bluemile Colocation, Bl
17th of Jun, 2011 by User252052
Since everyone is busy kicking Bluemile in the nuts (not that they don't deserve it), I figure why not share what I know and remind everyone of what happens to companies that deal with Bluemile, Jamie Busic, Michael Marlowe, and David Ferris. This is in addition to the information aggregated at . Please read the following excerpt from Columbus Ohio Business First: In December, U.S. Wireless filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court, Western District of Kentucky, Louisville Division, against Thomas Busic and Michael Marlowe, who were the sole stockholders in MJS Holdings Inc.
U.S. Wireless acquired Ohio-based MJS Holdings, which operated Blue Mile Wireless and Instant Workplace, in January 2005. Three-year employment contracts, signed Jan. 10, 2005, stated that Busic and Marlowe each were to be paid an annual salary of $60,000 plus performance-based bonuses in exchange for their services to the company, according to court documents. Busic was named chief operating officer and senior vice president of engineering. Marlowe was named chief development officer and senior vice president of marketing. The lawsuit claims that the two breached their employment contracts, breached fiduciary duties, participated in unlawful business practices, defamed the company, engaged in computer fraud, and unlawfully accessed stored communications and electronic data, among a host of other alleged offenses.
Some the complaints detailed in the court documents state that Marlowe and Busic tried to convince other U.S. Wireless employees to sever ties with the company and engage in a competing business; monitored e-mail and phone communications without authorization; and interfered with business operations by removing U.S. Wireless employee passwords. At about the same time the U.S. Wireless suit was filed, Busic and Marlowe filed a suit in Franklin County, Ohio, alleging that U.S. Wireless had committed similar offenses, including breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud and negligent misrepresentation. According to a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing, all of the complaints are related to the acquisition agreement between the two companies. Busic and Marlowe could not be reached for comment prior to Business First's press deadline. Additional information about Bluemile's litigious nature can be found at . These people are dishonest thugs. Stay away from all of them.

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