Iloulian ready to argue dumped apparel imports but value stagnates at lead judge

Iloulian ready to argue dumped apparel imports but value stagnates at lead judge

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 4 – George Iloulian is accused of underestimating the value of clothing brought into the United States by his company.

On May 4, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, Judge Paul G. Gardephe, held a hearing. Inner City Press has it covered.

Iloulian’s lawyer said he wanted to accept liability, but the amount of the loss had not yet been agreed. The case would be before the senior judge for the next month.

Judge Gardephe set a next conference for June 15 and said he hoped it would be resolved by then. It is similar to US v. Joseph Bailey Inner City Press previously covered, here

This case is US v. Iloulian, 21-cr-579 (Gardephe)

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