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Beer Maker May Have Liability for Denying Consent to Sale of Wholesaler’s Business

Introduction Exclusive distributor relationships with manufacturers are usually the most important assets of a distributor business. The manufacturer is usually much bigger and has most of the leverage; leading to contracts that favor the manufacturer. Also, the manufacturer is most

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Owner Sells Company’s Fitness Club Assets; Fights Personal Trainer Claims

Introduction Selling your company can be very stressful for employees and contractors not picked up by the buyer. Especially those that have depended upon cash flow from you company for a long time. This creates a risk you may be

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Asset Buyer Fights Customer Claim Based Upon Unassumed Seller Contract

Introduction A buyer and seller agree to a price for the sale of the seller’s company. Then the buyer gets his or her adviser involved to iron out the details. One of those details is whether the transaction will be

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Court says buyer of assets of business can enforce noncompetition agreement seller had with former employee

Seller, based in Billerica, Massachusetts (20 miles NNW of Boston) manufactured computer peripheral equipment. Former Seller Employee started working at Seller in 1982. He was promoted several times over the course of his employment, eventually becoming program manager in the

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