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Court Permits Mere Continuation Successor Liability Claim Against Buyer

Buyer purchased assets of seller for cash including a distributor agreement. Buyer did not assume any liability for seller’s breach of the distributor agreement. The court nevertheless permitted distributor to sue the buyer for breach of the distributor agreement for

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Court distinguishes the mere continuation successor liability tests of Michigan and New Jersey

Seller was headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey and operated plants in New York, New Jersey, Florida and Texas. Seller provided commercial printing services. Buyer is a Des Moines-based multi-platform communications company. On September 29, 2017, Buyer entered into an asset

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