Breaking a SB contract?

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Jan 20, 2009 10:10 am
 
Jan 20, 2009 10:12 am

Are you the same producer? Should they be able to sue you if you're not doing the numbers that they thought you would do? 

Jan 20, 2009 10:17 am

Same guy except for...double the production,  top of the 2nd quintile and drank the CG kool-aid

Jan 20, 2009 10:48 am
sieze the day:

Same guy except for...double the production,  top of the 2nd quintile and drank the CG kool-aid




Your production has doubled in the last 3 years? I call BS on that.

Jan 20, 2009 10:55 am

Hank, many thanks for the kind words and educated responses...Now, it would be greatly appreciated if anyone is able to provide some sophisticated insight into my orignal query.

Jan 20, 2009 12:34 pm
sieze the day:

Hank, many thanks for the kind words and educated responses...Now, it would be greatly appreciated if anyone is able to provide some sophisticated insight into my orignal query.



So....they provide an environment for you to double your production in a bear market and you want to screw them by breaking your contract? You're a real class act.

Jan 20, 2009 12:45 pm
sieze the day:

thinking about representing myself (pro se) when SB comes after me for the remaining 2 years of payment. Do I have an argument that SB is not the same firm that I signed on with which to associate? Aren't they the ones (ie., Vikram Bandit and Chuckie boy) who have breached the contract?

Any thoughts or ideas would be helpful.


He who represents himself has a fool for a client.

Doesn't the mere fact that you don't have a clue what may or may not constitute breach of contract tell you anything?  Or that your idea of soliciting advice is to publicly ask opinions of a bunch of other people who have no legal background? 

It's only your livelihood that is at stake here.  Sounds like the perfect time to pinch pennies.

 

Jan 21, 2009 7:34 pm

Ah.  For some reason when you chose to come here and solicit information with the comment that  "Any thoughts or ideas would be helpful" apparently what you really meant was anything that didn't upset you or contradict your plan.  How silly of us.

How about this response then: Sure, Mr. 21 yrs LOS, you not only can walk away from the contract you signed, but you should even sue them for treble damages.  Those jerks! Idiots!   Go for it!!!

Jan 21, 2009 7:38 pm

Nice.  Now you erase all your posts in the hope that your ignorance won't be preserved for future generations.  I guess you didn't realize that you can't erase your words when they have been quoted by others.  Darn.

Run along now, lad.  Here there be MONSTERS!!