Now The Feds Are Chasing Eisner

Apparently, some dead agencies can’t rest in peace. From The Baltimore Business Journal:

The Baltimore office of the FBI has launched an investigation into possible criminal activity committed by defunct advertising firm Eisner Communications Inc. and its former Chairman Steve Eisner.
Since Eisner’s closure, the ad firm’s former landlord and several vendors that provided equipment and services have filed lawsuits against the firm, alleging they are owed money. The Maryland Attorney General’s office told the Baltimore Business Journal in December that it is gathering information to determine whether to pursue legal action against the defunct advertising agency. At issue are bills Eisner allegedly owes to media outlets for work performed on behalf of its state accounts. The state is reviewing information to determine what steps to take, said Raquel Guillory, a spokeswoman for the attorney general’s office.

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