Ex-O’Reilly nurse can claim breach of contract
Tony O’Reilly’s former nurse has sufficient grounds to make a claim of breach of contract, according to a Pennsylvania judge.
O’Reilly’s former nurse, Sabina Vidunas, is arguing that the former billionaire made an oral agreement with her that she would receive a certain amount of shares in both Heinz and Providence Resources after she had retired.
The preliminary phase of the case has been rumbling on for...
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