Accenture Seeks to Dismiss Multimillion-Dollar Hertz Breach of Contract Lawsuit

Consultancy plans to 'assert counterclaims' including unpaid invoices

The Hertz logo and the Accenture logo are positioned side by side.
The law firm representing Hertz claimed Accenture's arguments do not 'have any merit.' Getty Images

A high-profile lawsuit pitting Accenture against former client Hertz has moved into a new stage, with lawyers for the international consulting firm indicating they plan to file for dismissal of all claims. The suit filed in April claims Accenture failed to deliver a revamped website and mobile app as contractually stipulated.

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