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Freeman v. Complex Computing Co., Inc.
Citation:119 F.3d 1044 (2d Cir. 1997)
C3 was incorporated, with an acquaintance of Glazier’s as the sole shareholder and initial director, and Seth Akabas as the president, treasurer, and assistant secretary. Glazier, Inc., of which Glazier was the sole shareholder, entered into an agreement with C3. C3 entered into an agreement with Freeman, under which Freeman agreed to sell and license C3’s computer software products for a five-year term. C3 and Thomson Investment Software entered into a licensing agreement that granted Thomson exclusive worldwide sales and marketing rights of C3’s products. C3 gave Freeman the notice of the termination of its agreement with him.
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