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Breach of Contract
Recently, I defended a client in a breach of contract case. I obtained dismissal (with prejudice) of all claims against my client in less than 30 days from the day he was served with a copy of the complaint. The Defendant, Jimmy Williams, was sued over his general partnership's lease of credit card machines. The Plaintiff, Pushpin Holdings LLC, sued to recover alleged unpaid sums on the credit card lease. Pushpin Holdings LLC, operating in a similar manner to a patent troll, buys up something that it does not produce but instead uses as a vehicle for litigation. In this instance, instead of patents, it uses purchased debts from a lessor of credit card machines and terminals, CIT, and sues on that debt. Unfortunately for Pushpin Holdings, LLC, I filed a Combined Motion to Dismiss pursuant to 2-619.1 noting deficiencies in personal jurisdiction, blown statute of limitations, defects to certain provisions of the contract, rendering those provisions unenforceable, as well as other defenses. In the end, my motion was granted, the case was dismissed with prejudice and my client's story was written up in the Monroe County Beacon. A copy is available online but a login is required to read the entire article.
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