Exec Can't Use Texas Condo To Duck Suit, Shareholder Says

By Diana Novak Jones (October 20, 2016, 4:38 PM EDT) -- A shareholder in a sports and entertainment ticket sales site accused one of the site's executives of hiding the fact he lives in Illinois on Wednesday, pointing to emails and public records to argue it has federal jurisdiction to sue him for mismanaging the company.

RGT Holdings Inc., a Dallas-based shareholder in Chicago ticketing site Ticket Reserve Inc., told U.S. District Judge John J. Tharp Jr. that Ticket Reserve Chairman and CEO Richard Harmon left out key information about where he lives when he argued RGT lacks jurisdiction to file a derivative suit in Illinois.

In response to Harmon's claim he...

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