Law Firm Loses Sanctions Bid In Jet Co. Contract Suit
Law360, Miami (May 3, 2016, 10:35 PM EDT) -- A Florida federal judge Tuesday denied a law firm's motion for discovery sanctions in a breach-of-contract suit against BlackJet Technology Inc., which books seats on private jets, citing an unexplained one-year delay in seeking to compel the company to produce the allegedly withheld documents.
Murphy & King PC launched the suit in July 2013, bringing breach of contract, unjust enrichment and other claims related to accusations that BlackJet stopped paying legal bills it owed under a 2010 agreement retaining the firm to represent it in a suit brought in Virginia federal court by Patent Licensing and Investment Co. LLC.
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