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Valuable oral contract guidance to be had in Bryant Family federal lawsuit

 

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Attorneys are consistent in recommending that agreements be captured in written contracts, state laws offer a specific framework whereby oral contracts are enforceable.

 

Significantly, while the Lauren Ridenhour’s lawsuit Against Bryant Family Estates and the Bryant Family Trusts was been filed in New York state the same basic rules on oral contract enforcement hold in California: Verbal Contracts – Enforceable?.

 

Wine Industry Insight’s original article is at this link: Bryant Family Vineyards facing serious financial accusations in federal court


 

Dear Judge Carter:

 

We write in response to the June 3, 2019 letter of defendants Bettina Sulser Bryant and Donald L. Bryant (“Defendants”) requesting a pre-motion conference.

 

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