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Richard Raysman and Peter Brown Richard Raysman and Peter Brown

On July 30, 2019, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California issued a decision concerning the scope and interpretation of an agreement that required software maintenance. Specifically, the dispute, which included claims for declaratory relief, breach of contract, and various torts, centered around an alleged intra-corporate conspiracy to deprive plaintiff software maintenance services for imaging technology. As analyzed in greater detail in this column, the court issued rulings in both parties’ favor and ultimately did not completely grant defendants’ motion to dismiss. See Vascular Imaging Prof’l v. Digirad, No. 19cv486 JM(MSG), 2019 WL 3429178 (S.D. Cal. July 30, 2019).

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