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No ‘Exclusivity’ Clause in Contract (access required)

In this contract dispute involving companies that marketed services to golf club professionals, the Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses breach of contract and tortious interference claims under Virginia law because the contract at issue did not clearly say the parties’ agreement about an online learning course was exclusive, and dismisses a tortious interference claim under ...

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