Melvin J. Howard v. Maximus, Inc., Steve Kitcher, and Joanne Platt

How to collude and derail a NAFTA dispute with the Government of Canada.


Maxiums, Inc. through its wholly owned Canadian subsidiaries Maxiums Canada Inc. and Themis Program Management Consulting Ltd. is legally responsible for the damages caused. I will not only show instrumentality and an improper purposes, but will also show that both the control by the parent company and the improper act of the subsidiaries have caused both direct and indirect damage to me personally my family and professionally specifically their collusion to derail with others our NAFTA dispute with the Government of Canada. Maxiums Canadian subsidiaries has been used for such an improper purpose in this instance that the court should permit its corporate form to be disregarded in this case. The types of violations are numerous including evasion of statutes; misrepresentation, a variety of misconduct; participation, including intervention and direction of the corporation’s wrongful acts; and joint improper acts. Maximus Inc. a transnational corporation is not the underwriter of our state or federal legislative process, and yet they acted as such with complete disregard of the outcome complicity being the least of their transgressions. The Supreme Court ruled unanimously that Congress’ constitutional authority to regulate interstate commerce does indeed grant it power to fight discrimination, as enacted by Title II of the Civil Rights Act. Yet those violations continue to this day.

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