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The 85-year-old is battling his wife and three children's attempts to seize the family fortune over claims that he is 'erratic' and has 'questionable judgement', a Monday report in the Denver Post revealed.Grynberg, who was born in Poland, has claimed that he joined resistance fighters at age 12 and battled Nazis in the forests of Belarus.The technology uses magnetic levitation to make the vehicles float, and electric power to move them forward.Additionally, Arrivo's proprietary technology keeps the system moving at full speed and delivers each vehicle directly to its destination.'Arrivo's system is an additional layer of transportation designed to complement existing modes of transportation, connect with the airport, the metro, and even allow people to use it with their own car.The suit is set to go to a jury trial sometime in the next month.
'In recent years, Jack's increasingly questionable judgment and erratic decision-making have caused Jack's wife and children mounting concern,' court papers filed by the family state. reveal a troubling absence of ethical business judgment' and his reckless business decisions cost them millions, the family said in the filings.Although it's unknown what relation, if any, it has to the civil legal battle, Grynberg was briefly criminally charged with felony sexual contact by force in December, after a former employee told police that he put his hand inside her shirt and bra and grabbed her breast. They have no ability to manage these companies.' Stephen Grynberg recently directed a documentary about mountaineer Ruedi Beglinger, 'A Life Ascending,' and gained critical acclaim for his 1998 film 'Love From Ground Zero'.Prosecutors later dropped the charge due to lack of evidence. The elder Grynberg has argued that he built his own fortune from the ground up and should be able to operate the companies as he pleases.Now that's a big win.'Arrivo now plans to build an Engineering and Technology Center in the Denver region, with s test track adjacent to the E-470 Toll Highway where the proposed first commercial leg of the Denver network will be built.'Colorado's rapidly growing population and booming economy makes for the ideal location for the development of an Arrivo system,' said Governor John Hickenlooper.'Arrivo's additional decision to locate their test facilities, adding up to 200 employees by 2020 and to 15 million to our economy in 2018, is a testament to the culture of innovation that drives our economic engine.'Unlike the hyperloop model, Arrivo is focused on regional distances, providing high-speed travel to connect every part of a super-urban region such as Denver in less than 20 minutes.The Arrivo system propels four models of vehicles that serve different passenger and cargo needs through an enclosed, electromagnetic superhighway.