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Third-party contracts could be double dealing (access required)

A factfinder could conclude that a rail company bargained in bad faith in its contract with a coal shipper. Evidence supported an inference that the rail company actively incentivized third parties to frustrate the shipper’s performance and then refused good-faith efforts to negotiate mitigation payments. Background This dispute arises from the parties’ contract for rail transportation services ...