01-07-2022 | Litigation

BrownWinick Obtains Summary Judgment for Agribusiness Client

By: BrownWinick

BrownWinick attorney James White recently obtained summary judgment on behalf of an agribusiness client in a breach of contract case in Oklahoma state court. The plaintiff sued both the manufacturer and the dealer of certain agricultural equipment that the dealer allegedly failed to deliver.  BrownWinick represented the manufacturer of the equipment.  The plaintiff sued our client under an agency theory, as the plaintiff did not have a contract with our client. After some discovery, BrownWinick moved for summary judgment, arguing there was no evidence to establish any agency relationship between our client and the dealer under Oklahoma law. The Court agreed and entered summary judgment in our client’s favor. BrownWinick is pleased to have obtained this result on behalf of our client. 

BrownWinick regularly represents agribusiness clients in litigation in state and federal courts throughout the country. Our litigation practice also covers a broad range of areas including business torts, contracts, unfair competition, intellectual property, including patent, trademark, trade secrets and copyright, securities, employment, healthcare, toxic torts, energy distribution, software design, communications, real estate, environmental, agricultural, corporate and partnership disputes, trust and estate disputes, and construction. 

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