While the events leading up to Jackson Walker v. Spira Footwear are complicated and involve different factions wrestling for control of Spira, the company's allegations against firm Jackson Walker are simple: The firm forgot who its client was while representing the company in a shareholder suit, claims Spira's CEO, Andy Krafsur. It was a "failure to understand that when you represent a company, you don't represent the people from whom you take directions. You represent the entity," he says.
Company Alleges Texas Firm Breached Duty During Battle Over Company Control
April 7, 2008
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