Renewables firm seeks to resolve legal row with former chief
Mainstream Renewables and Andy Kinsella have entered a mediation process to resolve the dispute
Andy Kinsella, the former group chief executive of Mainstream Renewable Power, has entered a mediation process with his former employer aimed at resolving a legal dispute.
Kinsella, the first employee hired by company founder Eddie O’Connor over a decade ago, left the company unexpectedly in August. Last month he lodged a High Court suit against it.
Legal records show that a mediation process is under way. Neither the company nor Kinsella responded when...
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