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SIDNEY STEIN, District Judge In 2003, a healthcare finance company called DVI, Inc. Buckley was named the Trustee of DVI's Liquidating Committee. To support this argument, Deloitte cites to portions of the complaint in which Buckley suggests that the insiders' actions also benefited DVI by "lower[ing] borrowing costs," "attract[ing] investors and lenders," and "rais[ing] capital." (Compl. Similarly, courts in several cases unrelated to this one have also concluded that Pennsylvania law does not recognize the tort of aiding and abetting fraud.
Buckley's complaint alleges, inter alia, that Deloitte: was aware of and participated in the improper actions of certain DVI insiders, including its Chief Executive Officer and two Executive Vice Presidents; failed to scrutinize sufficiently the DVI insiders' allegedly improper accounting for related party transactions and other financial improprieties; improperly issued unqualified audit opinions on DVI's financial statements; participated in the DVI insiders' misrepresentations to the SEC and to DVI itself; and abruptly withdrew from its engagement with DVI prior to completing the auditing services it had contracted to perform. 12(b)(6) to dismiss the complaint asserting that because Buckley stands in the place of DVI, plaintiff's claims are barred by the doctrine of in pari delicto. For example, even if Buckley alleges in one portion of the complaint that the insiders helped DVI to raise capital, the Court cannot conclude that this benefited DVI if the complaint subsequently alleges that the insiders diverted DVI's capital to their friends and to themselves with the intent of self-dealing.
Buckley brings claims against Deloitte for: 1) professional malpractice; 2) breach of contract; 3) negligent misrepresentation; 4) common law fraud; 5) aiding and abetting fraud; 6) aiding and abetting breach of fiduciary duty; and 7) deepening insolvency. This affirmative defense allows a Court to bar a wrongdoer from recovering against his fellow wrongdoer where the plaintiff bears at least substantially equal responsibility as the defendant for the violations he seeks to redress. 2005) (court applied in pari delicto to bar some, but not all, of plaintiff's claims because plaintiff clearly alleged in its complaint that the bankrupt company itself had engaged in the massive fraud). Thus, Buckley's allegations of self-dealing are sufficient for this Court to conclude that plaintiff has alleged that the insiders were acting entirely for their own benefit in all of the improper actions they took while managing DVI, at least for purposes of this motion to dismiss, where plaintiff must be given the benefit of the doubt. "In order to satisfy Rule 9(b), plaintiffs must plead with particularity `the circumstances of the alleged fraud in order to place the defendants on notice of the precise misconduct with which they are charged, and to safeguard defendants against spurious charges of immoral and fraudulent behavior.'" , 742 F.2d 786, 791 (3d Cir. "Plaintiffs may satisfy this requirement by pleading the `date, place or time' of the fraud, or through `alternative means of injecting precision and some measure of substantiation into their allegations of fraud.'" Here, Buckley's complaint provides Deloitte with the specific dates of the allegedly fraudulent misrepresentations by describing the specific documents executed on specific dates in which those misrepresentations were allegedly made, including statements as to when the representations were made. ¶¶ 150, 220.) The complaint further alleges that Deloitte was either aware of the falsity of these statements or was at least reckless as to whether they were true or false, ( 225).