Violation of License Agreements


Closet Tailors, LLC v. Gary Neil Poisson

By Mulcahy LLP on January 08, 2013

In Closet Tailors, LLC v. Gary Neil Poisson (JAMS, Orange County, January 2010), a former multi-unit licensee was in violation of his license agreements for: (1) failing to pay monies due to the licensor; (2) violating the noncompetition provision of the license agreements; and (3) failing to comply with the post termination provisions of the license agreements. The licensor retained Mulcahy who filed a demand for arbitration asserting claims for: breach of the license agreement, and injunctive relief. Mulcahy LLP ultimately procured a monetary award and permanent injunction, in addition to attorneys’ fees and costs, in favor of the licensor.

 

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