Posts tagged "breach"

First Circuit Holds that Employee's Termination Not Violative of Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing

In the recent case of Suzuki v. Abiomed, Inc., the First Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a U.S. District Court order granting summary judgment to the defendant employer, holding that the company's termination of an employee approximately fifteen months prior to the achievement of an important milestone, which would have entitled the employee to a large equity grant, did not violate the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing in his employment contract. 

In Breach of Contract Claim, Courts May Award Both Damages and Specific Performance

In Motsis v. Ming's Supermarket, Inc., (Mass. App. Ct. Nov. 5, 2019), the Appeals Court affirms a judgment awarding a commercial tenant both monetary relief and specific performance.

Business Litigation Section Holds That Director In Professional Corporation Owes Fiduciary Duty To Fellow Shareholders

In a fascinating decision, the Business Litigation Section of the Superior Court of Massachusetts recently held that a terminated doctor/shareholder could bring a breach of fiduciary duty action against the controlling director.  

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