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Ayala Files for Arbitration in California in Dispute Over Unpaid Commissions On The Sale of Covid-Test Kits

By August 9, 2022August 29th, 2022No Comments

Ayala filed for arbitration on behalf of its client against a distributor of Covid-19 Antigen Test Kits.

In the case, Ayala’s client (the Claimant) alleges that it procured the Respondent’s current agreement with Wall-Greens whereby Respondent sold or will sell millions of dollars worth of Covid-19 Antigen Test Kits.

The Respondent alleges that it does not owe any commission—even if Claimant procured the deal—because it did not sell the Covid-19 Antigen Test Kits but rather a different type of testing device.

Under the distribution agreement there is a mandatory arbitration clause in California.

As stated by attorney Eduardo A. Maura: “Though we traditionally prefer the court system, we are bound by the arbitration clause in the contract. We look forward to this arbitration, as contract law is one of our areas of expertise. We also have familiarity with the legal environment in California from our prior federal cases there which allowed us to build strong partnerships with local counsel.”

For more information about arbitration, lawsuits, or any other dispute, contact an experienced litigation attorney at Ayala at 305-570-2208.

You can also email directly to trial attorney Eduardo A. Maura at eduardo@ayalalawpa.com.

You can also schedule a case evaluation online at https://www.lawayala.com/consultation/.

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