Judge to rule in Don Marsh severance lawsuit

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A judge will have to make the final decision in a severance lawsuit involving former grocery store CEO Don Marsh.

Court-requested settlement talks ended without a solution Monday.

The supermarket chain is fighting with marsh over $4 million in severance payments.

The payments stem from Marsh’s employment contract after he was terminated in 2006.

The company wants marsh to repay $2 million dollars in severance. Don Marsh says he is still owed two-million dollars.

A judge is expected to rule in the next several weeks.

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