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Info’Products is facing yet more legal action from former staff via a county court summons for unpaid commission. The proceedings have been issued against Info’Products by Ryan Diblee, who is suing Info’Products for unpaid wages, according to Chelmsford County Court. Diblee, a former account co-ordinator at the reseller, lost his job in the recent spate of redundancies following the company’s agreed buyout by Compel. Around 150 Info’Products staff were laid off, and statutory redundancy payments were believed to have been made.See earlier story. No court date has yet been set. Diblee is believed to be claiming around £970. The legal action coincides with around 60 other ex-employees who are suing Info’Products and Compel in a joint claim for unfair dismissal. Diblee’s case is separate and was not issued in connection with their legal action. ®

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