Anton Rosenberg to get more than 1.5 million rubles from Telegram-related company | Advertising Marketing PR

Ex-employee of Telegraph, his former employer reached an amicable agreement

Anton Rosenberg. Photo of social network Former employee VKontakte and Telegram Anton Rosenberg will receive from the former employer, the company Telegraf, which he calls the legal entity Telegram in Russia, about 1.5 million rubles after deduction of taxes for forced absenteeism and 60 thousand rubles in compensation for moral damage . Such agreements were reached within the framework of the amicable agreement, the media are handed over from the hall of the Kuybivshevsky District Court of St. Petersburg. The dismissal of Anton Rosenberg became public on September 18, 2017, when he published the material on Medium (later was removed), in which he told about his dismissal from Telegraph because of a conflict with his brother, Pavel Durov, Nikolai. According to Rosenberg, he was fired from Telegraph for a formal reason – he was accused of absenteeism. Director of Telegraph Alexander Stepanov claimed that Rosenberg did not appear at work. Rosenberg offered to pay him 25 million rubles for illegal dismissal, hinting otherwise to disclose confidential company data. And in May 2017 he sued Telegraf for 30 million rubles. Rosenberg said that Telegram and Telegra.ph are connected with Telegraph, and spoke about other details of the company's activities. For disclosure of a trade secret, he received a counterclaim from "Telegraph" for 100 million rubles. As a result of a settlement agreement, the company today announced the withdrawal of this claim.

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