Fischbarg v Doucet - Fischbarg v Doucet Facts Fischbarg was an attorney for Doucet and ONAM a California corporation in a prior case pertaining to

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Fischbarg v. Doucet Facts: Fischbarg was an attorney for Doucet and ONAM, a California corporation, in a prior case pertaining to a lawsuit alleging breach of contract, fraud and copyright infringement claims against Allegro Corp., a nonparty Oregon Corporation. Fischbarg was a NY attorney and never set foot outside of NY when dealing with the trial. All communication between Doucet and Fischbarg was done via e- mails, mail, telephone, Fax and other similar communication methods. Before the trial completed, the plaintiff, Fischbarg, resigned via e-mail and defendant, Doucet, accepted his resignation. Fischbarg had the contractual right to “a fair legal fee” at the conclusion of the Oregon action; however, defendants entered into a settlement agreement terminating Oregon action. Fischbarg initiated a lawsuit “seeking damages for breach of contract and unjust enrichment” and succeeds both in the trial court and the appellate division. Defendants appeal the case, arguing since no business transactions occurred in
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course AEM 2300 taught by Professor Lee,d.r. during the Fall '06 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Fischbarg v Doucet - Fischbarg v Doucet Facts Fischbarg was an attorney for Doucet and ONAM a California corporation in a prior case pertaining to

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