SAN FRANCISCO — An individual is suing NTM Inc., Taryn Segal and other unnamed individuals with the company, alleging that Segal used her position with the plaintiff's partner company to wrest away control of his company.
Steven H. Fink filed a complaint on March 27 in the San Francisco County Superior Court against the defendants alleging that they wrongfully contested plaintiff's appointment of an individual to serve as the second director of Double Rainbow Gourmet Ice Creams Inc. (DRI), which he founded in 1976.
According to the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that he suffered damages from having his control of DRI compromised. The plaintiff holds Segal and NTM responsible because the defendants allegedly are interfering with plaintiff's complete authority to manage DRI and that Segal should not have the power of a director of DRI.
The plaintiff seeks to declare that his appointment of and individual as the second director was valid, as well as preliminary and permanent injunctive relief to effectuate the decisions of the DRI board of directors, all legal fees and any other relief as this court deems just. He is represented by J. Timothy Nardell of Nardell Chitsaz & Associates LLP in San Rafael.
San Francisco County Superior Court Case number CGC-17-557770