2 Sue For Legal Fees In Calif. Undersea Cable Dispute

By Jeff Montgomery (July 21, 2021, 6:24 PM EDT) -- Two businessmen caught up in California litigation over control of companies developing undersea telecommunication cable links to Pacific Rim countries have sued their former partner in Chancery Court for legal fees to cover the cost of their defense.

In a suit filed Tuesday, Brett Lay and Brian Mass accused a company controlled by former colleague Russell A. Matulich of blocking corporate officer indemnification benefits allegedly owed to the two men by dint of their positions with affiliates of California-based, Delaware-chartered RAM Telecom International Inc.

Matulich sued both men in March in the Superior Court of the State of California, County of...

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