On the Orthodox Union's home page (ou.org) for a couple of days now at least, it says now that the owner of succah.com is in violation of Jewish law. It previously said that there was a seruv (a seruv is a document holding someone in contempt of a beit din) against him but that part got erased [correction: it got erased from the announcement section and only remains in the file name].
I was reluctant to post on this becaue the link to the more information was not working on my computer and now it does, and I can now confirm that no further information is given ... on the OU's web site anyways. One would have to use Google to find more information on why this dude by the name of Sam Rosenbloom received a seruv.
It is bad for the OU to not give any further information if there is a seruv against someone (such as WHY there is a seruv against someone) because it sets a precedent of people just taking the OU's word for it and that is one step towards possible corruption in the future. Seruvs could be placed on anyone for a personal agenda and who are we regular people to question the high and mighty OU?
Okay, so this seruv happens to be because Mr. Rosenbloom is refusing to give his wife a get. That's not a nice thing, and Rosenbloom should get a seruv. However, when the OU mentions that someone got a seruv for not giving his wife a get, I feel that it is important that along with making the seruv public, the OU should also make public Mr. Rosenbloom's side of the story. Perhaps Mr. Rosenbloom does have a legitimate issue with is former wife and because of the lack of information from the OU ... we will never know.
Again, making public all sides of the story when a seruv is issued by a bait din or in any bait din case is important for avoiding corruption.The OU apparently didn't know that and the funny thing is that on their home page it has a feature link called "Guarding Your Tongue and Bringing Moshiach." The OU did not seem to know how to guard theirs. Orthodox hypocrisy knows no bounds.