RadioShack's Contract Claims Trimmed In Del. Sprint Suit

By Vince Sullivan (October 25, 2018, 8:33 PM EDT) -- A portion of the claims lodged by the successor of bankrupt electronics retailer RadioShack in a Delaware Superior Court complaint against former retail partner Sprint Solutions Inc. was tossed Thursday because the allegations were covered by language in their partnership deal, a judge said.

In a 55-page opinion, Superior Court Judge Paul R. Wallace said the claims of General Wireless Operations Inc. for breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing were largely dealt with in a strategic alliance agreement among the parties that was designed to save RadioShack after its first bankruptcy case in 2015.

The agreement...

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