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Luxperience yesterday issued the following stateme

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first_imgLuxperience yesterday issued the following statement:“Today we have been made aware that Ms Lindy Andrews has submitted a Statement of Claim to the NSW District Court.The notification being distributed to media has several claims. Unfortunately as this is now a legal matter Luxperience is unable to discuss the situation to ensure we do not prejudice any outcomes.All statements of claim by Ms Andrews will be addressed fully and vigorously through the legal process.” It is claimed that Logas said Luxperience was likely to be sold by the end of 2015 but the employment contract of Ms. Andrews, signed in September 2013, was terminated 12 months later following the 2014 show. Lindy Andrews, the former CEO of Luxperience, a luxury travel trade show, is suing the company and its owner Helen Logas for an alleged breach of contact.Andrews claims her role was to get the business ready for sale within 12 to 18 months upon which she would become a 10 per cent shareholder and receive an additional 10 per cent share in the proceeds of the sale.last_img

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