In a short affirming order, in the federal District courthouse in Manhattan yesterday, the court affirmed yesterday that Dr. Koestler may now proceed to attach Mr. Shkreli’s assets. Now that his criminal conviction is set, there is no reason to delay — and if it comes to that, Dr. Koestler may sell the assets he seizes at auction, in order to obtain the over $2.6 million the convict has long owed Dr. Koestler — from an arbitration of the latter’s consulting contract.
That is a personal — not Retrophin — obligation, the able court has ruled:
…ABSTRACT OF JUDGMENT: in favor of Dr. Thomas P. Koestler against Martin Shkreli in the amount of $2,614,930.00, issued on August 17, 2017….
Now you know. I will be off-grid, traveling to, and being goofy at, the eclipse parties — until at least Tuesday.