The Rise and Fall of Myles-Leger

The Rise and Fall of Myles-Leger

In a probing five-part series, running in The Telegram print edition June 14-19, reporter Ashley Fitzpatrick brings readers the saga of the spectacular rise and the equally spectacular fall of St. John's developer Myles-Leger. Here are stories from the series and previous Telegram stories on the company.

Former Myles-Leger lawyer set for preliminary inquiry

July 07, 2014 - 10 h 25

At provincial court in St. John's this morning, Parsons' lawyer Arnold Hussey and Crown attorney Tannis King agreed to a schedule, setting Oct. 20-31 for the work — progress in the case.

Parsons...

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Former Myles-Leger lawyer set for preliminary inquiry

Law society targeted in Myles-Legér bankruptcy

June 14, 2014 - 4 h 45

The bankruptcy file remains open and creditors are still waiting to be paid.

Yet co-founders and brothers Bill and Randy Clarke maintain the process should never have started and company creditors...

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Myles-Legér story begins with success

June 16, 2014 - 4 h 35

They incorporated Myles-Legér in 1999, using their middle names to create the name of the business.

The plan was to use Bill’s real estate experience alongside Randy’s business acumen and...

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Myles-Legér story begins with success

Myles-Legér hit with construction claims

June 17, 2014 - 4 h 32

The company had a subsidiary, Myles-Legér Construction, taking on work that might otherwise have been subcontracted out.

It is not unheard of for development companies to have construction...

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Myles-Legér hit with construction claims

Manufacturing missteps in Argentia

June 18, 2014 - 1 h 30

The stories bring back memories for Power of the morning he was locked out of his workplace in Argentia. He worked for Millennium Manufacturing, producing everything from kitchen doors to stair treads....

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Developer glittered, but was not gold

June 19, 2014 - 4 h 40

The change in attitude towards both the company and its leaders came with the bankruptcy, but also with the end of the company’s community involvement.

The tap was turned off for sports teams...

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Developer glittered, but was not gold

City not done with development in legal limbo

February 22, 2014 - 1 h 30

It's arguing an agreement of purchase and sale was in place with the Anglican Church's Diocesan Synod of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador for 16.5 acres of undeveloped land located east of Portugal...

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Innovation

Evidence issues delay Myles-Leger case

February 19, 2014 - 13 h 39

The case involving brothers Randall Myles Clarke, 53, and William Leger Clarke, 54, former co-owners of Myles-Leger, and former company comptroller Terrence M. Reardon, 52, was back in St. John’s...

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Lawyers flustered by delays in Myles-Leger case

June 13, 2013 - 12 h 59

When the case of Myles-Leger was called in provincial court in

St. John’s Wednesday, Stan McDonald, Bob Simmonds and Randy Piercey all voiced their concern about how slowly they are getting...

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Lawyers flustered by delays in Myles-Leger case

Myles-Leger fraud court case begins

December 19, 2012 - 8 h 03

A fraud case involving the owners and comptroller of a construction company that declared bankruptcy in 2004 had its first day in St. John’s provincial court Tuesday afternoon.

Randall Myles...

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Myles-Leger fraud court case begins