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Supplier sues Dick's Sporting Goods for breach of contract

Dick's Sporting Goods, a national retail chain with outlets in Texas, is the target of a new federal lawsuit filed by Battle Born Munitions Inc. The munitions company claims in court filings that Dick's failed to accept orders of custom branded goods and meet payment deadlines. The delays allegedly violated the supply contract and cost Battle Born Munitions millions of dollars.

Netflix sues Relativity Media over contract breach

Netflix subscribers in Texas may be interested to learn that the streaming giant has filed a lawsuit against Relativity Media, alleging that the studio breached an exclusivity contract when some of its content landed on competing streaming services. Relativity is currently going through bankruptcy proceedings in New York.

Strategies to limit the chance of a construction contract dispute

Construction companies in Texas rely on contracts to establish the terms for price, schedule and building standards when setting up a project with investors. Many situations could cause a contract dispute to flare up, leading to minor delays or snowballing into costly breaches of contract. Most problems arise from the parties misunderstanding a contract, experiencing delays, failing to administer a contract or making unsubstantiated claims against other parties. Before any ground is broken, builders and investors can take proactive steps to reduce the possibility of misunderstandings and disputes.

Contract law & the Super Bowl

There is a football player that currently stands to make more money than Tom Brady if the New England Patriots win this weekend’s Super Bowl. A contract provision situates this player to make a profit without even stepping out onto the field. The whole story provides an example of the power of contracts.

Common disputes for commercial tenants

Location, location, location. You hear it all the time when it comes to real estate. It is no different when it comes to finding the right place to start your business. If you open up a restaurant in a spot that is impossible to reach, you could drive away your clients before you ever get a chance to open your doors.

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