and the Lawyers roll on
The owners of a company who's management struck a deal which lost them a tanker load off money, agree to, not exactly kiss and make up, but let bygones be bygones. so they can both go after a couple of 'foreigners'. Which presumably will be conducted in the US courts not the UK ones
Couldn't possibly be that owner suing manager means any compensation comes out of their own pockets..
Anyone else noticing a trend of US law hammering overseas oganisations in US courts