Court documents filed this month claim Tony Hsieh’s brother bought him drugs and “plied” him with alcohol in the months before his death.
Lawyers for the family of late tech mogul Tony Hsieh painted a dark picture his final years, writing in recent court documents that he was malnourished, barely sleeping and hallucinating from ketamine and nitrous oxide use.
Tony Hsieh’s father has agreed to pay more than $2 million to attorneys who represented the family since his son’s death, court records show.
The massive home appears to be the only property the former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh owned at the time of his death that is now listed for sale.
Before he died, tech mogul Tony Hsieh offered to pay $40,000 for a prototype of a brain sculpture for one of his Park City, Utah, properties, according to court papers filed this week.
Mark Evensvold claimed he had a contract with entrepreneur Tony Hsieh that called for loosely defined work responsibilities, including possibly building treehouses.
A second friend of Tony Hsieh has sued the late tech mogul’s estate, seeking nearly $7 million from a breached contract.
The sale of the late Tony Hsieh’s real estate empire could prove a catalyst to build on what Hsieh started, and help downtown improve even more.
After starting the process to sell Tony Hsieh’s expansive Las Vegas real estate holdings, the late tech mogul’s family has now turned to his property portfolio in a wealthy Utah ski town.
After taking the late Tony Hsieh’s family to court over contract disputes, his longtime friend and former assistant has now filed more than $90 million worth of creditor’s claims in his probate case.
With Tony Hsieh’s family looking to sell his downtown real estate holdings, a slew of properties in Las Vegas could change hands, putting vacant lots, apartments, offices, shuttered motels and other sites under new ownership.
An attorney for the late Tony Hsieh’s father and brother, co-administrators of his estate has filed nearly 100 notices in Clark County District Court outlining plans to sell dozens of his downtown Las Vegas properties.
A Las Vegas attorney for the late tech entrepreneur Tony Hsieh is seeking more than $360,000 in legal fees, court records show.
Jennifer “Mimi” Pham, a longtime friend and assistant of Tony Hsieh, has taken the late tech mogul’s family to court, alleging contracts aren’t being honored.
The free Documentary+ was launched by the late Zappos co-founder, along with a two-time Oscar nominee.