Wolfson Bolton attorneys Scott A. Wolfson and Adam L. Kochenderfer received a substantial victory for WB’s client, General Aluminum Mfg. Company, in a recent ruling from the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. In the case, the Plaintiff alleged that General Aluminum failed to pay commissions on certain purchase orders in violation of the parties’ agreement and the Michigan Sales Representative Commission Act. The Sixth Circuit disagreed by affirming the District Court’s decisions and holding that (1) General Aluminum was entitled to summary judgment because the record showed no evidence of a breach or violation, and (2) the Plaintiff could not amend its complaint after summary judgment was entered. The opinion can be read here.
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