Champion Window sues former CEO and CFO over hiring practices

Date: 17 October 2011
Champion Window is suing its former president, formerly of Tomball, and its former CFO, of The Woodlands, over claims the men’s wrongful hiring practices have nearly ruined the company.

Champion Window, Inc. filed a lawsuit on Oct. 11 in the Harris County District Court against Ralph Zuckerberg, formerly of Tomball, and The Woodlands resident Patrick Cahill, citing breach of fiduciary duty.

Window manufacturer Champion Window says that Zuckerberg, former president and CEO of Champion, and Cahill, former CFO of Champion, engaged in wrongful hiring practices by employing laborers who were not authorized to work legally within the United States. This practice resulted in a federal grand jury subpoena by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency.

Champion did not realize the two men were doing this until after they resigned in 2008, according to the brief.

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