Business Interruption insurance losses caused by Covid-19
Court House Capital is currently investigating the potential for business owners in hospitality to make legal claims against a number of insurers related to their business interruption insurance policies for COVID-19 for losses in profit and revenue.
Shareholders dispute in the Federal Court
Court House Capital has provided funding to a founding shareholder to pursue his claim against his co-directors and shareholders for breach of the shareholders agreement and oppression as a minority shareholder.
Claim against multinational for a breach of distribution agreement
Court House Capital is funding a claim commenced in the Supreme Court of Victoria against a large multinational alleging wrongful termination of a distribution agreement held by the claimant in Australia and New Zealand.
Claim against software company for equitable fraud and breach of contract
Court House Capital is funding a proposed claim in the Victorian Supreme Court against a software company for equitable fraud and breach of contract relating to the sale of intellectual property to a related third party not at arm’s length and for less than market value.
Claims by a liquidator of a company against a construction company for breach of contract
Court House Capital is currently funding a liquidator’s claim on behalf of creditors for breaches of contract by the defendant relating to failure and refusal to make payments for work undertaken and damages for attempting to unlawfully terminate the contract.
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