FLORIDA – Former Palm Beach Hotel condo employee files whistleblower lawsuit

Palm Beach Daily News: Former Palm Beach Hotel condo employee files whistleblower lawsuit

By David Rogers
November 16, 2015

A former Palm Beach Hotel condominium employee claims he was fired because he would not conceal alleged mold problems and “structural defects” at the building, a town landmark at 235 Sunrise Ave.In a whistleblower complaint filed last week in Palm Beach County Circuit Court, Charles Barone claims he was fired by condominium President Shay Pallas after bringing up those alleged issues.
Attorney Brian Buckstein states in the suit that Barone complained to Pallas “multiple times” about the alleged problems. Pallas told Barone to conceal evidence of mold and structural issues, according to the complaint, which also alleges Pallas refused to change the property to improve accessibility for the disabled as agreed upon as part of a settlement agreement. Read more:

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