From their lawsuit against their former Senior Vice President for Financial Services for breach of post-employment obligations, you can find an Executive Employment Agreement, Proprietary Rights and Non-Competition Agreement, and Business Presentation Agreement.
A Transportation Agreement between General Freight Services, Inc. and Amazon Fulfillment Services, Inc. appears as Exhibit A in a lawsuit between Amazon.com, Inc., Amazon Fulfillment Service, Inc. and Coyote Logistics, LLC.
If you are curious about how online marketing for home mortgage refinances work, check out this Marketing Agreement between Quicken Loans/Rock Financial and AzoogleAds.com, Inc., dated July 22, 2005. Quicken Loans was paying $14.00 per unique qualified submission for certain loans based on loan type, mortgage balance, credit ratings and state.
Atari, Inc. has sued Zoo Publishing, Inc. d/b/a Zoo Games to recover the advances that it had paid for the manufacture and delivery of video games. The lawsuit includes a Sales Agreement dated October 24, 2008, between Zoo Publishing Inc. and Atari, Inc. under which Atari was granted the right to purchase video games directly from Zoo and sell such to wholesalers and retailers.
From Justia: License and Sponsorship Agreement between the Atlanta National League Baseball Club, Inc. and EZ-Media Inc., dated March 13, 2006.
In Joshi v. Starbucks Corp., the plaintiffs alleged that they entered into a lease agreement with Starbucks and built a structure on the property to defendant’s specifications; however, defendant has not occupied the property and has refused to pay the rent. Exhibit A to the Complaint includes a copy of the commercial lease.
Found this Sponsorship Agreement between the Houston Astros and Jiffy Lube. It came from a lawsuit between the parties concerning the non-payment of compensation.
SEC: Commission Charges Short Sellers and Corporate Insiders in Massive Scheme to Conceal the Short Sellers’ Control Over Ramp Corporation and Xybernaut Corporation. On October 19, 2007, the Commission filed a civil action in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York against: two short sellers, Zev Saltsman and Menachem Eitan; two former officers and directors of Xybernaut Corporation, Edward G. Newman and Steven A. Newman; a former director of Xybernaut and outside counsel to Xybernaut and Ramp Corporation, Martin E. Weisberg; and Ramp’s former CEO, Andrew Brown. The Commission’s complaint charges the defendants with engaging in a scheme to conceal Saltsman and Eitan’s control over Ramp and Xybernaut.
When I first spotted this Warcraft Contract a few months ago, I was wondering why they were localizing World of Warcraft for the China market. Can people in China really afford to spend their money playing World of Warcraft? If you’ve never heard of World of Warcraft, South Park has this hilarious take on World of Warcraft.
Anyways, the New York Times explains it all—The Life of a Chinese Gold Farmer. Basically, gamers in China complete some of the more mundane, repetitive tasks in World of Warcraft to collect gold and then sell their gold to American gamers who can then spend their time on the more fun aspects of the game. Globalism, eh?
But, not everyone is keen on this, hence the Warcraft Lawsuit. You can read the complaint courtesy of Justia. So, what next? Can I select a lawyer as my avatar? If someone kills my avatar, can I sue them for wrongful death? 😉
Wall Street Journal Law Blog: Hunton & Williams In Flap With Former Partners . Is Hunton & Williams doing right by its former partners? According to a lawsuit filed earlier this month and conversations with former partners, the answer might be no.
The WSJ reports on a lawsuit between Hunton & Williams and some of its former partners. You can read all the details over on their site, as well as view a copy of the complaint. I’ve extracted the Hunton & Williams Partnership Agreement from the complaint, OCR’d, spellchecked and formatted it, for those who are interested. However, there are bound to be some errors that the spellchecker didn’t pick up. Here’s a more printer-friendly version of the partnership agreement. [PDF] I extracted this from the complaint as well and OCR’d the pages. So, even though the pages are scans of the partnership agreement, you can search for terms with the agreement. Not the usual stuff posted on this site, but it’s a contract.