ConsenSys’ Joe Lubin was brought to court by former employee for $13 million

ConsenSys founder Joseph Lubin was sued by his former employee for allegedly committing fraud, breach of contract, unpaid profits, among other things, according to several documents filed to the New York County Supreme Court.

The plaintiff, Harrison Hines, previously worked with Lubin at his ethereum-focus studio as the head of Token Foundry. In the documents filed to the court, he was seeking more than $13 million in relief over Lubin’s alleged legal violations, among which $12,827,000 will be for monetary damages on the contract breach and fraud claims, while the remaining will be for unpaid profits.

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