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Former BIH Director Back In Court Over Wrongful Dismissal Claim

Former BIH Director Lee Yiu Tung was in court today in Hong Kong over his claim for wrongful dismissal after being disqualified from being a director by Birmingham International Holdings in January of this year.

Oriental Daily reports that Lee has claimed HKD1.48mil in damages (circa £120k) in lieu of notice from BIH whilst the company have launched a counter-claim of HKD2.45mil (circa £200k) for breach of integrity.

At a prior Labour Tribunal hearing Lee claimed he was forced out of his position illegally after he started to question the financial governance of BIH and also of Birmingham City and in particular the management of CEO Peter Pannu. The hearings were forced into the High Court due to the value of the claims and the amount of witnesses Lee intends to call to support his case.

There has been no further dates for the full hearings set as of yet but when I become aware I will update the blog.

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