Mission Motorcycles Sues Co-Founder Ip to Sell Shares
A Fort Lee man who helped create a groundbreaking electric motorcycle that Time magazine called one of the top inventions of 2013 is facing a legal battle over his share of the company that invented the two-wheeler.
Vincent Ip, one of three co-founders of Mission Motorcycles Inc. of San Francisco, is fighting to keep his shares in the wake of his termination in November after allegedly making "threats of violence" against other company executives, according to a lawsuit filed by the company in U.S. District Court in New Jersey.
The suit claims that Ip and co-founders Mark Seeger, the company's CEO and president, and Andrew Ng, the chief financial officer, signed a stock restriction agreement in September that stated that if any of the three left the company, it had the right to buy his shares.
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