NRG Resources, Inc. Files Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit Against Attorney Anthony Tuan Nguyen and Michael Mai for Defamation and Intentional Interference

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California based, NRG Resources, Inc. sues lawyer Tuan Nguyen and Michael Mai for embarking on a calculated campaign to defame and interfere in NRG's business and shareholder relations, domestically and abroad. Nguyen and Mai are sued for Libel and Slander, unfair competition, and conspiracy. Nguyen is also sued for breach of fiduciary duty.

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This suit is about seeking redress for Tuan Anthony Nguyen’s and Michael Mai’s calculated efforts to defame NRG and destroy its business.

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NRG Resources, Inc. announced today the filing of a lawsuit in Orange County, California in the Superior Court for the State of California against Michael Mai, and Tuan aka “Anthony” aka “Tony” Nguyen, an attorney and CPA.

The suit alleges that Anthony Tuan Nguyen and Michael Mai, in collaboration with other parties, interfered with NRG’s contracts and business relationships, embarked on a calculated campaign to defame the Company and its directors, officers, and consultants. The complaint outlines allegations that Tuan Anthony Nguyen and Michael Mai are liable for permanently and intentionally damaging NRG’s contract for supply of lubrication products to Vietnam in excess of $120 Million USD, as well as numerous other business relationships.

“This suit is about seeking redress for Tuan Anthony Nguyen’s and Michael Mai’s calculated efforts to defame NRG and destroy its business,” said John Dolkart, Jr. special counsel for NRG.

NRG was established in November 2001 as a research company in the lubrication industry, subsequently becoming focused on marketing lubrication related products. Since its inception, NRG has launched a line of technologically superior lubrication products. NRG products provide many benefits, including increasing fuel mileage, while reducing the use of fossil fuels. Its product line allows for cleaner burning fuel, which reduced harmful emissions into the environment. NRG products also increase the efficiency of operating parts of virtually any industrial equipment.

NRG Resources, Inc. v. Tuan Nguyen, Michael Mai, et al. Superior Court of California County of Orange Case No. 30-2010-00368722-CU-BT-CJC

For additional information please contact: John Dolkart, Jr., Esq., via email: John(at)dolkartlaw(dot)com

http://www.nrgresourcescorp.com

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