CHICAGO — Two consumers are suing Interforum Holdings Inc., 1100 Dempster LLC, Development Management Holdings LLC, Neotek Innovations Corp. d/b/a Neotek Construction, Adam Q. Pletcher, Dmitry Livsnis a/k/a Dmittry Livshis and Alex Zdanov for allegedly failing to disclose the defects of a house the plaintiffs had purchased from them in Evanston.
Mara Siegel and James Go filed a lawsuit on March 22 in Cook County Circuit Court alleging the defendants knowingly sold them a defective property.
According to the complaint, the plaintiffs allege that they sustained financial damages from purchasing a property that had defects on it, including aging plumbing, electrical and ventilation systems that the defendants reportedly had claimed were new. The plaintiffs hold the defendants responsible for allegedly failing to inform them of the property's defects and for hiring allegedly unlicensed and incompetent contractors to perform renovation work on the house prior to placing it on the market.
The plaintiffs request a trial by jury and seek the cancellation of the contract and the return of the full purchase price, actual damages, punitive damages, court costs and any further relief the court grants. They are represented by Berton N. Ring and Stuart M. Clarke of Berton N. Ring P.C. in Chicago.
Cook County Circuit Court case number 2017L003003