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by Mike Caswell
High Hampton Holdings Corp.'s former chief operating officer, Paul Mann, denies that he defamed the company when he issued a news release that accused the company of "financial irregularities." He says that he had discovered many examples of what he calls illegal, dishonest or fraudulent activity on the part of High Hampton and its management. He claims to have reported his findings to the chief executive officer and others, but says that nobody did anything.
The denial from Mr. Mann comes in response to a lawsuit that High Hampton filed in the Supreme Court of British Columbia on Oct. 31, 2018. The company said that he was behind several communications, including a news release, that accused the company's chief financial officer and others of improprieties. Among other things, the news release questioned large payments that the company had made to entities that operated out of mailboxes. It also mentioned the non-compliant issuance of securities. High Hampton said that the accusations were false and defamatory, and sought appropriate damages.
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