A cross-border legal battle between an Alberta man who won a $50-million lottery jackpot and an Edmonton entrepreneur appears to be moving toward a resolution. “Mr. Crawford and I are in the process of resolving our differences,” lottery winner Randall Rush wrote in a brief statement to CBC News, referencing a U.S. lawsuit in Arizona.
In November, Rush sued Kult Labs, a startup mobile app company, and its Edmonton-area owner Jeremy Crawford, seeking damages of not less than $4.5-million. Four months later, Rush began similar legal action in Canada.
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