Judge dismisses Towergate claim of Lorica attack

matthew bray

The ruling in February by Mr Justice Langstaff dismissed Towergate's contention that Lorica had mounted a "targeted attack" on its business recruiting 27 employees and transferring the business of at least 66 clients.

In his summation the judge said: "...it seems to me, the claim is speculative. It is unsupported by evidence which I would have expected to see had it been better founded. It is insufficient a base on which to mount a claim of this wide-ranging nature. There is nothing, it seems to

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