Excerpts: Former MIT professor from Hamilton found liable for misusing startup’s funds John Donovan Sr., 77, of Hamilton, was using investor funds to pay for country club membership, hair treatments, property tax bills, and other expenses, Judge Brian Davis wrote in his decision, according to a report Wednesday in the The Salem News. Donovan, who […]
John Donovan Sr.
Excerpts: Former ‘business guru’ given public defender As of last Wednesday, John Donovan Sr. of Hamilton, charged with trying to swindle nearly $5 million from his late son’s widow and children by filing forged documents with the Registry of Deeds in 2016, is being represented by an attorney from the Committee for Public Counsel Services.
Excerpts: Ex-MIT professor denies attempting to swindle family Prosecutors on Thursday announced that 75-year-old John Donovan Sr., of Hamilton, was indicted on several charges for allegedly forging his youngest son’s signature to gain title to at least four properties that had been left by him. That son, John Donovan Jr., died in 2015 at age
Excerpts: Former MIT prof who staged shooting now accused of forgery John J. Donovan Sr., a 75-year-old who built a fortune in technology, was indicted by a grand jury in Salem on Thursday on seven counts of forgery, along with other charges including attempted larceny, witness intimidation and obtaining a signature by false pretenses. The
Excerpts: Son of Embattled Entrepreneur Lists Historic Seaside Mansion Former MIT professor turned entrepreneur, John J. Donovan Sr. made hundreds of millions during the dot-com bubble, but has been embroiled in high-drama family infighting ever since, battling four of his five children for control of trusts and estates worth millions. According to public records, the
Excerpts: IT Guru John Donovan Found Guilty of Faking His Own Shooting Former MIT professor John Donovan Sr., an entrepreneur who started several high-tech companies and authored several books on IT, has been found guilty of faking his own shooting. A Massachusetts judge, however, ignored a plea by prosecutors that he be sentenced to jail.
Excerpts: Professor Donovan’s Magnificent Entanglements When the news began to circulate in early May that prosecutors had accused John Donovan Sr., the brilliant, fantastically wealthy entrepreneur and one-time MIT professor, of orchestrating his own shooting and then falsely reporting the episode as an attempted murder, the wonder, to the cluster of academics and executives stuck
Excerpts: John Donovan’s Great Divide James Donovan and his two girls, both in their Halloween costumes, were in their driveway, just heading out for a night of trick or treating, when the Hamilton police drove up to their home, Black Rock Farm, a 23-room country estate stretching over 22 acres of pasture land and woods.
Excerpt: Jack W. Rizika1 v. John J. Donovan Before KASS, SMITH and FLANNERY, JJ. Ian Crawford, Boston, for plaintiff. Thomas J. Dougherty, Boston, for defendants. On the ground that the contract between the parties lacked an essential term, a judge of the Superior Court, acting on a motion for judgment notwithstanding the verdict, set aside
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Excerpts: Contract between SAP Northeast Asia, Inc. and Cambridge Technology Group, Inc. for Executive Education Services This Agreement is entered into between Cambridge Technology Group, Inc., hereinafter referred to as “CTGroup” and SAP Northeast Asia, Inc., herein referred to as “SAP”. During the 2 years commencing January 1, 1998, CTGroup shall conduct four (4) Key