Impulse Marketing Group, Inc. v. Nastional Small Business Alliance, Inc. and Direct Contact Media, Inc.

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LAWSUIT ARISING OUT OF BREACH OF CONTRACT AND VARIOUS CONTRACT-RELATED CLAIMS. APPLICABLE AGREEMENT CONTAINS A CHOICE OF LAW AND VENUE PROVISION. ALTHOUGH A DEFENDANT WAS NOT A PARTY TO THE APPLICABLE AGREEMENT, THE COURT PERMITTED PLAINTIFF TO BIND SUCH PARTY TO THE FORUM SELECTION CLAUSE.

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Reference Info:Decision | Federal, 2nd Circuit, New York | United States


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