EX-MAZARS PARTNER Robin Stevens has successfully won a legal claim against his former firm for unpaid expenses.
Mazars was handed down a court order to pay Stevens £1,536.59.
The dispute was over unpaid expenses incurred in March 2010 of nearly £1,400, plus court costs.
Stevens said he was happy with the result but was disappointed at the “unprofessional” way in which Mazars dealt with this “small matter”.
He filed the claim against Mazars at Northampton County Court, in November. The hearing took place at Cambridge County Court.
A statement from Mazars said: “This is part of a wider dispute involving Mr Stevens, a former partner of Mazars LLP, which is still ongoing and upon which we are unable to comment.
“To avoid incurring disproportionate legal costs in dealing with this one minor matter, Mazars paid the relevant amount today.”
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