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Plaintiff’s COVID-Related Contract Claim Falters Despite Force Majeure Provision

Court says plaintiff fails to show defendant breached contract in COVID-19-related damages case; plaintiff’s invocation of force majeure clause is futile where clause is silent as to whether plaintiff has a right to full deposit after termination of contract due to imposed travel restrictions.

NetOne, Inc. v. Panache Destination Management

Court says plaintiff fails to show defendant breached contract in COVID-19-related damages case; plaintiff’s invocation of force majeure clause is futile where clause is silent as to whether plaintiff has a right to full deposit after termination of contract due to imposed travel restrictions.

William H. Elliott, Jr. v. Stephen Whitten

The Texas Court of Appeals, First District reversed a jury’s damage award for fraudulent inducement involving an employment contract and a minority interest in a closely held company because the award was not supported by the evidence. The court found tha ...

Sickler v. Sickler

At issue is the valuation of husband's interest in a company that manufactures and markets security products.

Appeals Court Remands Case, Trial Court to Value Business at Time of Divorce

The trial court classified all of the parties' property, including the business Stealth Laboratories begun by husband and three partners, as marital property. With respect to Stealth, the court did no ...

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