Welcome to the Weston Rutledge Receiverships Web site
This is the official Web site for the receiverships of Weston Rutledge Financial Services, Inc., Zamindari Capital, LLC, Lexington International Fund, Inc., and Oxford Adams, LLC. These four companies were placed into receivership on May 17, 2006, by order of Judge Clarence Cooper, at the request of the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) in SEC v. Geoffrey Gish, et al., Case No. 1:06-CV-1171-CC, United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.
Judge Cooper also ordered Mr. Gish and the four companies to cease violations of the federal securities laws, and the assets of all four companies have been frozen. The companies’ operations have been discontinued.
The purpose of the receiverships is to preserve the assets of the four companies, to attempt to recover any assets that have been wrongfully taken from the companies, to liquidate assets, administer claims, wind up the companies’ affairs and after payment of expenses to return as much of the proceeds as possible to the investors and creditors with valid claims of loss.
You can consult this Web site from time-to-time for information regarding the receiverships and litigation developments, and what you should do as an investor or creditor to receive distributions.
July 11, 2014 – The Weston Rutledge Receivership is Closed.
On July 11, 2014, the Court granted Receiver’s Motion to Close the Receivership. A copy of the Order can be viewed on the following link.
As announced on May 21, 2014, and as stated in the Court’s Order, unfortunately, there will not be any distribution to the investors.
You may wish to bring this information to the attention of your tax advisor.
PLEASE NOTE: Only investors and creditors who have filed valid proofs of claim will be eligible to share in distributions from the Receivership Estate. The Bar Date for submission of investor and creditor claims established by the Court – April 27, 2007 – has now passed. All claim forms not received by the Receiver on or before April 27, 2007 are untimely and will be disallowed unless ordered by the Court.
The Receiver's Current Interim Report is now available for download on the Receiver Reports portion of this Web site.
If you are an investor and are contacted by Mr. Geoffrey A. Gish please notify the Receiver immediately at WestonRutledgeReceiver@bryancave.com or (404) 572-6834.
The Receiver, Tom Richey is an attorney in private practice with the law firm of Bryan Cave Powell Goldstein in Atlanta, GA. Mr. Richey has over 30 years of experience, concentrating his practice on securities and corporate litigation.
The Receiver can be contacted at:
Thomas S. Richey, Receiver
One Atlantic Center — 14th Floor
1201 W. Peachtree Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30309-3488