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Home›Motion with Respect to the Pleadings - Consulting Fee Dispute - Reply; Kirkland & Ellis LLP; 10.02.2015
Motion with Respect to the Pleadings - Consulting Fee Dispute - Reply; Kirkland & Ellis LLP; 10.02.2015
Plaintiff's Reply to Motion with Respect to the Pleadings of Advisory Fee Contract Complaint
Case Topics: Breach of Contract, Unjust Enrichment, Misappropriation
Grounds for Moving: Claims legally insufficient and allegations do not state a cause of action upon which relief can be granted. Express exemption in contract defeats Plaintiff's claim. Existence of an express contract bars relief from unjust enrichment. Complaint fails to allege that the information Plaintiff claims defendant disclosed fulfills statutory requirements for a trade secret.