A Galveston man has brought a lawsuit against his business partners on claims they did not give him his share of the venture’s profits, according to Galveston County District Court records.
In the suit filed Oct. 23 in the Galveston County 56th District Court, Bradley Ender accuses Chauncey R. Kochel and Joe C. Moak of failing to provide him an accounting of Gulf Shores Productions, L.L.C.’s finances.
Gulf Shores Productions is also a defendant in the case.
The business in question was started on Oct. 26, 2011. At the time of its formation, court papers explain, Ender, Kochel and Moak agreed to participate equally in the profits and activities of the company.
Among the events put on by Gulf Shores Productions is the Gulf Shores Invitational Tattoo Expo.
Ender asserts the purported wrongdoing dated back to last year. He demanded an accounting to ascertain partnership profits last June to no avail, the suit says.
Consequently, the complainant seeks unspecified monetary damages.
He is represented by attorney Gerson Bloom of Galveston.
Galveston County 56th District Court Case No. 15-CV-1141