Founders of Openjaw Technologies settle legal claim
PwC says matter has been resolved
A group of Irish businessman have settled a multi-million euro legal claim against the Canadian software company that bought their start-up business for €31 million two years ago.
Kieron Branagan, John McQuillan, Sean MacRoibeaird, John Lambe and Ricardo Navarro filed a petition in the High Court in Dublin last month to wind up Guestlogix Ireland, which acquired their company Openjaw Technologies in 2014.
However, Guestlogix has fallen into bankruptcy protection in Canada and its main asset...
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