CALABASAS, Calif., June 06, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- NetSol Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq:NTWK) (“NETSOL” or the “Company”), a leading global provider of enterprise application solutions and business services to the finance and leasing industry, today announced that on May 30, 2017, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Kenneth R. Freeman signed the Final Judgment and Order approving settlement and dismissing with prejudice the shareholder derivative litigation involving the Company. As a result, all shareholder litigation involving the Company is resolved.
“We are pleased to come to a final resolution of these matters as we continue to move forward with our business efforts," said Najeeb Ghauri, Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of NETSOL.”
About NETSOL Technologies
NetSol Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq:NTWK) is a worldwide provider of IT and enterprise software solutions primarily serving the global leasing and financing industry. The Company’s suite of applications are backed by 40 years of domain expertise and supported by a committed team of more than 1,500 professionals placed in eight strategically located support and delivery centers throughout the world. NFSTM, LeasePakTM, LeaseSoft or NFS AscentTM – help companies transform their finance and leasing operations, providing a fully automated asset-based finance solution covering the complete leasing and finance lifecycle.
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