Demand For Arbitration


Budget Blinds, Inc. v. Lyle Hayman et. al.

By Mulcahy LLP on January 08, 2013

In Budget Blinds, Inc. v. Lyle Hayman et. al. (AAA, Orange County, California and United States District Court, Central District of California, September 2009), Mulcahy LLP was retained to file a demand for arbitration against defendants, former franchisees, as a result of their operation of a competing window covering business in violation of their franchise agreement.

Defendants refused to participate in the arbitration. As a result, Mulcahy LLP subsequently filed a diversity action in the United States District Court asserting causes of action for: breach of written contract; civil conspiracy for unfair competition; intentional interference with prospective economic advantage; negligent interference with prospective economic advantage; and injunctive relief. Ultimately, Mulcahy LLP obtained injunctive relief for its client ordering defendants to discontinue their competing business for a period of two years.

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