AG Letitia James Suing Owner Of Toggenburg For Shutting Down Ski Resort

Albany, N.Y. - New York Attorney General Letitia James slapping a local Ski Resort owner for unfair and illegal practices.

Intermountain Management is accused of buying its main competitor, Toggenburg Mountain, for the sole purpose of shutting it down, forcing customers to go to their other properties, Song Mountain or Labrador.

The sale also insisted that the former owner John Meier be prohibited from competing with Intermountain or hiring any of its employees. The AG has ended all agreements between the two party's, and Meir must pay a fine for the illegal agreements of $195,000 plus cooperate with the AG's office in suing Intermountain.

Man goes down the mountain on a mountain skiing slope next to the lift in evening.

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