Indicted developer sues over hotel deal

January 2016
Crain's Chicago Business;1/4/2016, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p0012
The article reports that Anshoo Sethi, a real estate developer in Chicago, Illinois who was sued over an unbuilt 995-room project near O'Hare International Airport, filed lawsuits against hired agents who raised money through a controversial EB-5 visa program. Topics discussed include the 2.9 million U.S. dollars worth of unreturned investment from the Sethi venture, Sethi's aim to recover the agent's commissions and the possibility of Sethi receiving an imprisonment sentence.


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