Twitter was sued yesterday by a consulting agency that claims it was by no means paid for work it did on the lawsuit that compelled Elon Musk to finish his buy of the corporate.
Charles River Associates (CRA) says it was employed by Twitter in August 2022, shortly after Twitter sued Musk over his refusal to finish their $44 billion merger settlement. Musk lastly accomplished the acquisition in late October after it turned clear that he was prone to lose in court docket.
From August 15 to October 27, “CRA supplied all requested skilled consulting work and providers to Twitter and its authorized counsel in reference to the Musk Litigation and pursuant to the phrases and circumstances of the Contract,” in accordance with the lawsuit filed yesterday in Suffolk County Superior Court docket in Boston, Massachusetts. The lawsuit mentioned that “Twitter has breached the Contract by failing to pay the entire CRA Invoices,” which added as much as $2.19 million.
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