Originally Posted by Clint
This one looks pretty cut and dry. The contract required that they undergo the background checks. They didn't and were informed that they were in violation 6 months ago and have yet to do anything.
There were some interesting clauses in there: 7 year noncompete, a requirement to keep pride open,etc.
No they are suing because Sakikabara and company did not keep their end of the contract. If they refused the background checks, then that puts the Fertita's casino businesses at stake, so there would be no option but to close down Pride.
Also they didn't provide Bank information that they were required to do so.
I never debated any of that. I'm sure they will win also. The idea here is that I am positive that language was put into the contract knowing that they would never be able to uphold their end of the contract. Sakikabara and Udon were just trying to delay the inevitable suit.