Paddy Cosgrave to ‘vigorously defend’ oppression claims, High Court hears
David Kelly, a co-founder of Web Summit, has made a string of allegations against his former colleague including that he displayed ‘menacing’ behaviour to staff
Paddy Cosgrave does not believe a series of claims made in a legal action against him by a co-founder of Web Summit amount to oppression and he intends to vigorously defend himself in the case, a court has heard.
David Kelly launched High Court proceedings against Cosgrave, the chief executive of Web Summit, last week alleging minority shareholder oppression with an affidavit containing a string of allegations against his former colleague, including that he displayed...
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