Seven Investments, LLC, et al. v. AD Capital, LLC, et al.
Plaintiff asserted wide-ranging claims against defendant and its managing member after plaintiff and defendant agreed to combine their investment management operations into a single firm. After coming to believe that defendant was engaged in fraud, plaintiff terminated the arrangement. In a formal termination agreement, plaintiff agreed to pay certain enumerated expenses and the parties granted each other expansive global releases. The court held that, on its face, the broad and unambiguous language of the General Release encompassed all of the claims asserted in the Complaint. Accordingly, defendant's motion to dismiss was granted. View "Seven Investments, LLC, et al. v. AD Capital, LLC, et al." on Justia Law