Leading IT managed services provider successfully resolves joint venture dispute
Clients Adapt Group Limited
Jones Day advised a leading UK managed IT services provider in its successful resolution of an unfair prejudice and employment dispute arising out of a joint venture for the provision of managed services. Jones Day represented companies within the group defending a raft of proceedings issued by shareholding directors following their departure, including an unfair prejudice petition under s994 Companies Act 2006 and proceedings in the Employment Tribunal.
Martin Ford v. (1) Adapt Managed Services Limited, (2) Adapt Group Limited and (3) James Lee O'Neill (Claim No. 8019 of 2010); (1) Martin Ford and (2) James Lee O'Neill v. (1) Adapt Group Limited, (2) Adapt Services Limited and (3) Adapt Managed Services Limited (Claim No: HC11CO3614); Mr. M. Ford v. Adapt Managed Services Limited (Case Number: 2200040/2011); Mr. Lee O'Neill v. Adapt Managed Services Limited (Case Number: 2202675/2011) (High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, Companies Court (England))