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‘Condition Precedent’ Is Damages Clause (access required)

In this contract dispute, an Alexandria U.S. District Court says plaintiff, a tech company that provides voice communication services, may try its claim against defendant, a nonprofit health services agency, for breach of an agreement plaintiff says was an installation contract and defendant says was just an agreement on a price quote. Defendant moves for summary ...

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