HOUSTON – An Austin man claims he is owed money for a software deal on which he was working earlier this year.
Jordan Wood’s lawsuit against Cybereason, Inc., filed on Aug. 3 in the Harris County 270th District Court, explains that Wood neared completion of the deal in question when the company’s chief revenue officer orally agreed to pay the plaintiff commissions based on a percentage of the dollar amount of sales attributable to him.
Cybereason, however, allegedly refused to pay Wood the agreed-upon amount.
“In fact, Cybereason paid Mr. Wood less than half of what he was owed,” the original petition says.
Wood further asserts that the respondent failed to pay him all commissions due within 30 days of the termination of his compensation agreement with the company.
He consequently seeks unspecified monetary damages.
Attorneys Geoff A. Gannaway and Mary Kate Raffetto of the law firm Beck Redden LLP in Houston is representing the complainant.
Harris County 270th District Court Case No. 2017-51672