Marriott Beats Contract Suit Over Houston Super Bowl Rooms

Law360, New York (November 28, 2016, 4:55 PM EST) -- Marriott is not liable for canceling a contract with a sports travel agency for rooms for during the upcoming Super Bowl in Houston after it sold most of the rooms to another hotel room broker, a Texas federal judge ruled Friday, finding that Marriott had not waived a no-transfer provision.

Broker JCD Marketing hit Marriott Hotel Services Inc. with a complaint for breach of contract after the hotel giant canceled a contract to sell 150 rooms, later increased to 300 rooms, at the Marriott Galleria Hotel in Houston for three nights during Super Bowl LI weekend this February. JCD alleged Marriott...

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September 28, 2016

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