Ahron Zilberstein Review

Ahron Zilberstein owns and operates a company called E and N Financial Services and Development. Probably the best way to describe this individual and his company(s) are through the multitude of lawsuits that have been filed. Below are excerpts from a couple, but there are dozens more lawsuits which I will upload later. At the end of this article are links to the lawsuits referenced below. On January 8, 2016, in Department A of this courthouse, Judge Cotton granted sanctions pursuant to a CCP 128.7 motion in the amount of $25,000.00 against attorney Wilfred Killian and his client E & N Financial (which is the dba for Ahron Zilberstein) (See Exhibit A hereto, tentative ruling adopted by the court on 01/08/16). In that ruling, the court further noted that it had already sanctioned attorney Wilfred Killian and his client E & N Financial $5000.00 just 3 weeks prior (See Exhibit B hereto, tentative adopted by court 12/14/15). | The basis of aforesaid CCP 128.7 motion was that, | “Defendant moves on the grounds that E & N Financial and its attorney have committed fraud upon this Court by knowingly and intentionally filing a frivolous complaint in furtherance of their scheme to use the court to defraud defendant. Defendant alleges this case is part of a larger scheme by Ahron Zilberstein and his related companies to delay transfer of the property and cloud the title. Zilberstein’s agenda, according to defendant is to force defendant to sell the property back to Zilberstein at a steep discount” (See Exhibit A, pg. 3, para. 2-3) | On the same day`, January 8, 2016, in Department A of this courthouse, Judge Cotton also granted sanctions pursuant to another CCP 128.7 motion in the amount of $15,000.00 against attorney Stephen Feldman and his client Rinat Kaspi (an employee of Ahron Zilberstein) ) (See Exhibit C hereto, tentative ruling adopted by the court on 01/08/16). In that ruling, the court further noted that it had already sanctioned attorney Stephen Feldman and his client Rinat Kaspi $8700.00 just 3 weeks prior (See Exhibit D hereto, tentative adopted by court 12/14/15). | The basis of aforesaid 128.7 motion was that, | “The grounds for the motion are that the Kaspis and their attorneys have committed fraud upon the court by knowingly and intentionally filing a frivolous complaint. Defendant alleges that this action is part of a larger scheme by E & N and its principal Ahron Zilberstein to extort the property from Mr. Haghnazarazdeh. The Kaspis were schills according to Defendant. The scheme involved abuse of the legal system by way of filing frivolous cases, lis pendens and bankruptcy actions so as to halt the transfer of the property purchased by Haghnazarazeh” (See Exhibit C, pg. 2, para. 5-6) | The combined total amount of sanctions was $53,700.00. | Unfortunately, Judge Cotton declined to refer attorneys Wilfred Killian and Stephen Feldman to the State Bar, taking the somewhat fatalistic view that, | “The court has made clear what its thinking of these litigation tactics and a reprimand seems futile, especially where there is evidence to suggest that plaintiff’s attorney (Wilfred Killian) has been suspended from the practice of law in a different jurisdiction” (See Exhibit A, pg. 8) | *[It should also be noted that Attorney Stephen Feldman was also suspended from the practice of law in California in 2014 for a felony conviction relating to mortgage fraud]

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Name: Ahron Zilberstein

Country: United States

State: California

City: Van Nuys

Address: 6360 Van Nuys Blvd., Ste. 200

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