Mainzeal liquidators want $58m, say Shipley should pay more

Mainzeal liquidators want $58m, say Shipley should pay more
The lawyer for Mainzeal's liquidators, Zane Kennedy. (Image: supplied)
Victoria Young
Mainzeal’s liquidators are claiming up to $58.1 million in the supreme court for its directors’ breaches and say former prime minister Jenny Shipley should pay more than her fellow board members. The numbers were outlined today as the liquidators continues their appeal against former directors Shipley, Richard Yan, Peter Gomm and Clive Tilby.The directors have said the court shouldn’t use hindsight to judge their actions and the previous rulings went too far, creating a minefield for company directors.Mainzeal's liqui...

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