Former Jaguar Mining president/CEO to drop lawsuit
On June 28, 2012, the Company announced that Mr. Titcomb had filed a lawsuit in New Hampshire against the Company and three of its directors in connection with the termination of his employment as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the embattled company. Among other things, Mr. Titcomb alleged that his termination occurred as a result of a change of control and was therefore entitled to three years of compensation plus three years of bonus. He was also claiming an unspecified amount of damages under applicable New Hampshire employment laws.
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