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Founder of Former ConsenSys-Backed Startup Sues Joseph Lubin for $13M

Founder of Former ConsenSys-Backed Startup Sues Joseph Lubin for $13M
Founder of Former ConsenSys-Backed Startup Sues Joseph Lubin for $13M

The founder of ConsenSys-incubated startup Token Foundry, Harrison Hines, is suing co-founder Joseph Lubin for breach of contract.

Per court documents filed with the Supreme Court of the State of New York County of New York, Hines has filed a lawsuit against Lubin in connection with “breach of contract, conversion, quantum meruit, unjust enrichment, fraud, declaratory judgment and unpaid profits arising from the defendants’ acts in connection with the business known as Token Foundry.”

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