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Guild asks judge to confirm $10.7M award in poaching dispute against ex-employees

Guild Mortgage has filed a petition in a district court in Washington to confirm a $10.7 million award resulted from an arbitration dispute against three former employees accused of poaching when they transitioned to rival CrossCountry Mortgage. 

The case began in August 2021 when Guild filed a demand for arbitration claiming Christopher Flowers, Cory Flynn and Lisa Jolliffe, who left the Kirkland branch weeks before joining CCM, allegedly “engaged in a massive, coordinated effort to divert” its customers and employees. 

Guild claims the group stole “substantial amounts” of information, recruited away its details ⇒

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