BOCA RATON, Fla. (PRWEB) May 04, 2020
Scott O’Boyle, a former Vice President of TruLife Distribution, Inc., filed a civil lawsuit on Feb. 27 in the Palm Beach County Fifteenth Judicial Circuit Court (Case No.50-2020-CA-002292-XXXX-MB) for back wages, which he alleges TruLife Distribution owes him.
The lawsuit seeks “damages that exceed the sum of $15,000” against TruLife Distribution, Inc. a Florida corporation owned by Brian Gould.
O’Boyle’s lawsuit alleges that in April 2019, “Brian Gould, on behalf of TDI, began to actively pursue the plaintiff (O’Boyle) in an attempt to get him to work for TDI as its vice president.”
By the end of April, 2019, the lawsuit alleges: O’Boyle was hired by TruLife as its vice president and would “receive compensation in the form of 25 percent of all the gross proceeds that were derived by TDL from any of the clients that the plaintiff had any involvement in.”
The lawsuit alleges: “Scott (O’Boyle) refused other employment and began working for the Defendant (TruLife Distribution).”
The TruLife Distribution headquarters is run out of Brian Gould’s wife’s, Rodica Lesan, town home in Boca Raton Florida, and a small virtual office in Fort Lauderdale.
The lawsuit alleges by June 1, 2019 O’Boyle had successfully procured “several paying clients for TDI.”
The lawsuit alleges that TruLife Distribution has “breached this agreement by refusing to pay Scott (O’Boyle) under the terms of the agreement. As a result of this breach of the parties’ agreement, Scott (O’Boyle) has suffered damages.”
The lawsuit also alleges that when O’Boyle asked Brian Gould for his "promised compensation … Brian Gould, on behalf of TDI, came up with excuses as to why he could not be paid and that he just needed to wait a little longer.”
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Case # 50-2020-CA-002292-XXXX-MB