Xerox has won its lawsuit in Saipan against Imperial Pacific International for its nonpayment of services rendered. IPI has been ordered to pay Xerox more than US$180,000 and to immediately surrender its Xerox machines.
Imperial Pacific International is pleading to the US District Court for the NMI for a payment plan with the US Department of Labor, saying that they lack the funds to pay the judgment before the court’s deadline. Meanwhile, Xerox Saipan has asked...
Imperial Pacific International is facing yet another lawsuit for its nonpayment of various contractors, workers, and others. This time, Xerox company is suing IPI for about US$183,000 for its failure to pay for services rendered and equipment rented.
Bloomberry Resorts said it has filed an appeal against a Singapore High Court ruling that may force it to pay $296 million to settle a dispute with the Philippine unit of U.S.-based Global Gaming Asset Management.
Hundreds of Imperial Pacific International workers stopped work and engaged in protests on the streets of Saipan, decrying the non-payment of their wa
In the high-stakes game of musical chairs it has become, those companies suing Imperial Pacific International for alleged nonpayment for services have
The woes of tottering Imperial Pacific International have not relented this week as another company came forward to launch a lawsuit against it and on
The existential woes of Imperial Pacific International deepened even further this week as Saipan’s utility cut electricity services to its staff hou
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