Cloud Co. Sued In Del. For $2.7M Arbitration Award Payment

Law360 (June 10, 2021, 2:11 PM EDT) -- A Singapore-based cloud services company repeatedly sanctioned in Delaware for cutting off employee payment systems and squeezing companies to pay bogus, multimillion-dollar bills now faces a new Chancery Court suit to enforce a $2.7 million arbitration award filed by a third corporate victim.

USCC Services LLC, a subsidiary of United States Cellular Corp., sued Synygy Pte Ltd. to confirm and enforce the final award, issued by the American Arbitration Association's International Dispute Resolution Center in April.

Synygy, headed by Mark A. Stiffler, was said to have initiated the arbitration last year in an attempt to force USCC's payment of $31 million...

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