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Long running gym battle in the hands of the court

A legal battle arising from a merger of two gyms on the island is now in the hands of a Supreme Court judge.

Assistant Justice Jeffrey Elkinson reserved judgment Tuesday in the matter of Scott Stallard’s claim against defendants The Athletic Club Limited and Kym Herron Scott, and a counter claim by the defendants.

The Athletic Club, owned and operated by Ms Herron Scott, agreed to acquire The Olympic Club, owned by Mr Stallard, in 2014.

The matter first came before the Court in 2019, but delays since then meant that the matter was not heard until this week.

Assistant Justice Jeffrey Elkinson has reserved judgment (File photograph)

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Published January 11, 2022 at 6:02 pm (Updated January 11, 2022 at 8:07 pm)

Long running gym battle in the hands of the court

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