An acrimonious six-year-long legal battle between Sakae Sushi chain founder Douglas Foo and a former Sakae Holdings director has finally ended, with the Court of Appeal ruling substantially in Mr Foo's favour.
It was a hard-won victory for Mr Foo, who told The Straits Times that the spat had "hugely impacted" how the company had performed in recent years and drained almost $11 million in legal fees from its coffers.
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