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No Choice-of-Law for Promissory Estoppel Claim (access required)

Although the parties’ choice-of-law clause calls for application of California law, a Norfolk Circuit Court says the choice-of-law provision will not allow plaintiff tax preparation service to sue defendant bank for promissory estoppel, a claim that Virginia law does not recognize. Plaintiffs provide tax preparation and electronic filing services directly to consumers at their own stores. ...

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