ServiceMesh Buyer Takes Aim At Arrested Ex-CEO's Fees

Law360, Wilmington (November 3, 2017, 8:59 PM EDT) -- Citing the recent arrest of former ServiceMesh Inc. CEO Eric Pulier on tax fraud and other charges, the company's acquirer asked the Delaware Chancery Court on Friday to prune a Sept. 13 order requiring the cloud platform provider to pay Pulier’s legal fees.

CSC Agility Platform Inc. asked Chancellor Andre G. Bouchard in a court motion to exclude from the company's fee duties any claim by Pulier involving legal costs for defending against the government’s obstruction of justice and tax fraud charges.

Some of the allegations in Pulier’s criminal proceeding involve witness tampering in May 2016, CSC said in its motion....

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