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Seattle C.E.O. Who Promised $70,000 Salaries Wins Suit Filed by Brother - Litigation News

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Posted on: Jul 22, 2016

Dan Price, the chief executive of a small Seattle company who promised last year to pay every one of his workers at least $70,000 a year, has won a court battle with his brother.

On Friday, Judge Theresa B. Doyle of Superior Court in King County, in Washington State, ruled that Dan’s brother, Lucas, had failed to prove his claims that Dan had overpaid himself and inappropriately used a corporate credit card for personal expenses. The judge also ordered Lucas to pay Dan’s legal fees. Read the full article from Reed Abelson of the New York Times here.

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