INVOICE and Defendant Exhibit E in Case 99392469

To: Wrox Press Inc.
29 S. Lasalle, Suite 520
Chicago IL 60603

From: Gale A.

Total Amount of Actual Monies Due. $515,550,00.00 plus 51% of the profits of Wrox and Active Path -- and/or whatever other names the Macleans give their publishing ventures --Academic and Corporate Training Departments, U.S. and International and including but not limited to High School, College, University, Vocational, Technical and Corporate Training markets for 20 years.

Payment Due: February 4, 2000. Plus quarterly pay outs of profits via automatic deposit with profits determined by a neutral auditor: first quarter's payment due and payable March 30, 2000.

For Wrox to avoid more interest charges and more legal punitive damages than that which have already accumulated against you, please remit payment by February 4, 2000. If Wrox is unable to pay the entire amount at once, a payment plan with interest must be negotiated and agreed upon.

Payment due is based upon the following:

  1. Wrox ex employee Gale A., then 44 years old, was hired by Wrox as a freshman salesman being paid a temporary worker's compensation beginning in August of 1997 through December of 1997. At Adam's offer and insistence, she became a permanent worker for Wrox accepting a freshman salesman's compensation of about $29,000 a year plus a freshman salesman's bonus commission plan during December of 1997.
  2. Then employee Gale A. agreed to this offer in exchange for the Misters Maclean promises of opportunity, first during her interviews with the company and then again at their asking her to provide Wrox with her immeasurable creative entrepreneurial expertise and her over 20 years of professional marketing and sales expertise to the start-up department of the Academic Department to Wrox Press in consideration for additional payments and rewards beyond her compensation plan as a freshman salesman, some of which were:
    1. A promise of ownership of total and exclusive management of her department as given by Wrox business owners in the start-up years of said department with minimal oversight by owners and layers of management.
    2. A fair market value compensation in raises, promotions and other awards.
    3. A job future and reward of "If you are successful with a model then YOU can build more."

3. Upon success of her department, Wrox maliciously, recklessly and wantonly failed to provide then employee Gale A. with any of the promotions, rewards and awards as mentioned in paragraph 2 and this breach of contract was announced to Gale A. towards the end of May of 1999 by someone new and ignorant to the business, Amy Greenman, but sleeping with the immediate boss, Adam Maclean, while Adam himself was abroad. Upon his return, Adam Maclean again promised then employee Gale A. management of her own department, which he denied less than a month later, but during which said time Gale A. in extraordinary efforts of good faith, continued to provide Wrox with entrepreneurial and sales and marketing expertise, which Mr. Maclean and other officers of Wrox loudly and notoriously accepted and also loudly and notoriously withheld reward and just compensation for at time of her termination.

4. The following figures reflect fair market value and are based from 0% sales at start-up to 2000% growth yearly until saturation, a too-low number and even so which will not be reached in 20 years time, and are based on the success of her incubation and written Academic Business Unit Development Business Plans which the Macleans' agreed upon, used and followed after ordering that she create them with scant help and input from themselves.

Important Note: Gale A. does not authorize nor want Wrox to withhold any tax money from this amount of actual monies owed her.

Important Note: Gale A. will pass all unpaid invoices unto, including but not limited to, collection agencies, credit bureaus, financial institutions, U.S. county, state and federal government labor agencies and U.S. county, state and federal government law enforcement agencies. If Wrox contests this invoice amount and/or planned collection actions, they have until February 4, 2000 to announce it by notifying Gale A. of any and all objections and can apply for a 30-day grace extension period to object.

This invoice has been blindly sent to witnesses and filed in Wrox' legal prosecution against her, Case 99329469, Cook County, Illinois, Branch 46.

Dates of Services

Service Provided

Market Value of Compensation

Amount Paid

Amounts Owed

 

03/30/98 through 06/23/99

Incubation of New Business Department from Start Up to First 16 Months with Success

$5,000,000.00

$0

$5,000,000.00

 

03/30/98 through 06/23/99

10-year Academic Business Unit Plan

$10,000,000.00

$0

$10,000,000.00

plus 20% of the profits for 20 years

03/30/98 through 06/23/99

20-year Academic Business Unit Plan

$500,000,000.00

$0

$500,000,000.00

plus 31 additional % of the profits for 20 years

03/30/98 through 06/23/99

Marketing and Advertising Expertise for 16 months

$500,000.00

$0

$500,000.00

 

03/30/98 through 06/23/99

Database Engineering

$50,000.00

$0

$50,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

51% of the profits for 10 years

05/15/99 - Present

Interest Due: Gale A. is waiving this at present with the right to preserve it upon further bad faith acts and acts of stonewalling by the owners, officers and managers of Wrox.

$0

$0

Totals Due

$515,550,000.00

 

51% of the profits for 20 years

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