“Check” this out — Shafik Brown, son of Shafik Hirji (also labeled as “Little Shafik” by some) has learned well at the side of his father. Take a look at the bench warrant below issued by Clark County at the beginning of this year:
It looks like that crack legal team of Daniel Marks and his assistants (yes, that means you, Teletha Zupan) must not be aware of this …
I’ve been holding back on this — waiting to see if I would have the chance to catch Shafik Brown if he were to appear in court as has been expected several times over the course of the past couple of months. Unfortunately he never showed. He’s had a bench warrant issued on him that dates back to January of this year. He was supposed to appear in court on Jan. 17, 2018 over a check he bounced back in December that someone filed a complaint on for failure to pay. He never appeared to face his accuser. As a result, a bench warrant was issued in his name. Nevada judges will issue bench warrants when a defendant fails to appear in court at the specified date and time. These bench warrants mean that the person/defendant can be arrested at any time and brought into the Nevada court that issued the warrant.
I was hoping to see Shafik Brown appear in court in another case so that I could inform the bailiff that there was an outstanding warrant for his arrest, show him the publicly available paperwork on it that I had printed out, and watch the sheriff’s deputy take Brown into custody. Surprise, surprise, Shafik Brown never showed up at several hearings to face other allegations related to questionable business practices related to a variety of furniture businesses as well as investment companies and other holdings he’s listed by Nevada’s Secretary of State as being an officer of in one form or another (president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, managing member and director). You can go here: State of Nevada Business Entity Search, type in Shafik Brown’s name, and see all the listings yourself.
What’s the saying, “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”? In Shafik Hirji’s case, that certainly seems to apply given the association he’s had in the business world with his father, Shafik Hirji, who has had a litany of issues going on related to alleged unethical, immoral and downright illegal business practices. Just pick a link — any link — on this website related to Shafik Hirji and check out the example that he has set for his son, Shafik Hirji.