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Former Rave CEO claims company fired him to avoid awarding earned stock, other benefits

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By Marian Johns | Jan 15, 2020

Justicescale

SHERMAN — Rave Restaurant Group's former CEO seeks more than $2 million in a suit alleging he was fired to avoid being paid his earned stock benefits. 

Scott Crane filed a complaint https://jnswire.s3.amazonaws.com/jns-media/32/aa/11312243/show_temp.pdf Jan. 6 in the Sherman Division of the Eastern District of Texas against Rave Restaurant Group Inc., alleging breach of contract, fraudulent inducement and statutory fraud. 

Crane became Rave's CEO on Jan. 9, 2017. He alleges that during his tenure at Rave, he met fiscal year bench marks, increased Rave's stock value and was promised stock and other benefits. Crane claims in July of 2019 he was fired in an attempt to deprive him of his earned benefits including the stock shares and vacation pay.  

Crane seeks monetary relief of $2,394,332.80, interest trial by jury and all other just relief. He is represented by R. Rogge Dunn, Joshua Iacuone and Brian Shaw of the Rogge Dunn Group PC in Dallas.  

Sherman Division of the Eastern District of Texas case number 4:20-CV-00013-SDJ

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