The owner of the Russian Forbes has filed a lawsuit against the former chief editor of the magazine
Moscow. 6 Aug. INTERFAX.RU the Owner of Forbes Russia Alexander Fedotov has addressed in court with the claim about protection of honor and business reputation by the former chief editor Nikolai Uskov.
“The court was a claim Fedotov Aleksandr Fomich on the protection of honor, dignity and business reputation to the Uskov Nikolay Felixovich”, — have informed “Interfax” in Ostankino court of Moscow. The question of acceptance of the application to the production will be resolved in the Statute, said the court.
The essence of the claim is unknown. The comments of the parties, “Interfax” currently lacks.
Artcom Media group Alexander Fedotov has acquired the publishing house Axel Springer Russia, which includes Russian Forbes, in the fall of 2015. Nikolay Uskov was the head of the magazine from January 2016 to June 2018.
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