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Referral Deal Dooms Poker Player's Suit, E-Wallet Co. Says

Law360, London (February 28, 2019, 4:21 PM GMT) -- A technology company that offers online wallets has hit back at a former poker player suing for allegedly unpaid commissions for recruitment, telling a London court that the terms of his contract bar him from bringing the suit.

Paysafe Financial Services Ltd. filed an amended defense at the High Court on Tuesday arguing that Harry Greenhouse cannot sue the company for lost earnings and damages because he agreed not to do so when he signed a deal to promote its money payment services.

Greenhouse, a former poker player and coach, waived the right to recover any damages from the company when he...

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