A FORMER MAZARS partner has filed a claim against his former firm for £1,400 worth of unpaid expenses.
Robin Stevens filed the claim against Mazars at Northampton County Court, in November this year.
The claim is over unpaid expenses incurred in March this year of nearly £1,400. Stevens is also claiming £70 for court costs.
“It is unfortunate and disappointing, but sadly not surprising, that Mazars seem incapable of dealing with this simple matter in a professional and grown up way,” said Stevens.
The Northampton County court confirmed that Mazars had acknowledged the claim on 6 December 2010.
A spokeswoman for Mazars said: “As a matter of policy, Mazars makes any payments due to former and exisitng partners promptly and properly. However, this matter relates to ongoing legal proceedings and as such we are not prepared to comment any further at present.”
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