September 10, 2007
In the News: September 10
A Brooklyn family is suing a local cemetery for breach of an implied contract to maintain a grave after a cemetery worker was caught urinating in the urn placed on their grave of a loved one.
Macedonia has been hit with more than $50 million in damages for breach of a contract with Hellenic Petroleum.
All three parties have settled their contract litigation with a deal that will allow AT&T to put its logo on Jeff Burton’s car in the Nextel Cup NASCAR racing series.
Two St. Louis lawyers involved in a pending contract trial were cited for breaching the peace after they got into a fistfight in a courthouse hallway.
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