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Corbett v. Bison Boys, LLC
Citation:2021 WL 780899 (2021)
The factual and procedural background of this case is more fully set out in the Court’s order granting defendants’ first motion to dismiss. David Corbett alleges that Bison Boys, LLC breached a contract that the parties entered into in April 2019 for Corbett to develop and promote a reality television series about the Bison Boys. The court dismissed Corbett’s first complaint, finding that Corbett’s injury as alleged was too speculative and that he lacked standing to bring the case. Bison Boys filed a motion to dismiss the complaint.
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