JAMESBURG, N.J., Dec. 7, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- A lawsuit against VoicePulse Inc. and President & CEO, Ravi Sakaria was dismissed by stipulation between the parties in the Middlesex County, NJ Superior Court. The suit, which sought appointment of a receiver to manage VoicePulse's operations, was filed in October, 2010 by former employee Ketan Patel, and alleged, among other things, breach of contract, breach of implied duty of good faith, and that Mr. Patel had an ownership interest in and was a minority shareholder with respect to the company.
"I am satisfied with the settlement and resulting expeditious dismissal," said company President and Chief Executive Officer Ravi Sakaria. "The company and its employees can now get back to focusing on delivering high-quality VoIP service, as we have for the past eight years."
VoicePulse is an IP telecommunications company that delivers SIP Trunking, origination, worldwide termination and high-quality phone service to residential and business customers. We deliver flexible and innovative VoIP features along with a reputation for quality, reliability and excellent customer service. From auto-configuration samples to an all-inclusive Account Center, VoicePulse will work for you.
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