The claims largely center on money from an insurance policy — brokered by a third Jersey behemoth: Conner Strong & Buckelew, the brokerage headed by political powerhouse George Norcross, who sits on Holtec’s board of directors.
“The one area in which Amerisource has consistently stood out as compared to its major competitors,” the suit says, “is its unwillingness to identify suspicious orders, even among customers that regularly exceeded their thresholds and presented multiple red flags.”
“It’s my opinion that we are not getting a fair shake to get our cases to trial in a reasonable amount of time” in Delaware County, said attorney Joseph Cappelli, who represents Bensalem Township and 14 counties, largely in western Pennsylvania.
Gulsen Kama, who lost her job as a vice president at a tax preparation firm, was called to speak by a Gov. Phil Murphy-appointed task force investigating New Jersey’s troubled Economic Development Authority.