Defended a Large Chemical Company Against Breach of Licensing Agreement, Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Promissory Fraud and Tortious Interference Claims

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Amundsen Davis defended a large chemical company against breach of licensing agreement, breach of fiduciary duty, promissory fraud, and tortious interference claims. We specifically dealt with claims that the defendant company did not use commercially reasonable efforts to develop an unproven/untested technology. We developed a defense that the licensed technology was untested and unproven, and the commercially reasonable efforts clause is not enforceable without objective criteria.


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