Representation of Global Spanish Conglomerate in Claims Against Former Employees

Global Spanish Conglomerate's Florida Subsidiary

Representation of a global Spanish conglomerate's Florida subsidiary as plaintiff in a dispute against several former employees, executives, and shareholders. Claims included breach of fiduciary duty, tortious interference, civil conspiracy, and aiding and abetting, all which arose out of a conspiracy to destroy the subsidiary through embezzlement of hundreds of thousands of dollars, stealing clients, destroying relationships with suppliers and soliciting key employees to join the defendants in their plan to create a competing venture.

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