Consultants in Egypt are taking initial steps to file a lawsuit against Jushi Group related to unpaid consulting fees for the contract of a $625 mn facility in near Egypt's port of Suez.
Consultants in Egypt are taking initial steps to file a lawsuit against the China based fiberglass company, Jushi Group, for unpaid consulting fees. This decision has come as a result of numerous attempts by Tamer AbdelAal to collect fees and expenses from Jushi Group since July 2012 for their 2012 deal to build a $625 million fiberglass facility near the Egyptian port city of Suez. Mr. AbdelAal has collected numerous pieces of evidence and witnesses for this case. Mr. AbdelAal's consulting engagement with Jushi Group lasted for over 20 months and resulted in no payment of commissions, expenses incurred, wages,or fees to Mr. AbdelAal's group. Among the evidence is a signed document by Jushi Group President and Vice President, Cao Guorong, to the then Prime Minister of Egypt, Dr. Kamal Ganzouri, and head of the Egyptian Armed forces. Additionally, among the consultants' witnesses is a former executive at Jushi Group.
This case comes after Jushi Group has decided to expand internationally to the United States and Egypt in