The legislature believes that, to improve service delivery and outcomes, existing services must be restructured into a comprehensive agency dedicated to the safety, development, and well-being of children that emphasizes prevention, early childhood development, and early intervention, and supporting parents to be their children's first and most important teachers.
Solow, trustee the "Trustee" of the estates of the debtors, Midway Airlines, Inc. Had this matter been tried before Sir Walter Scott, he may have described it as follows: Northwest filed a two-count counterclaim against Midway.
The following recitation constitutes a summary of the Court's decision in this adversary proceeding.
Pursuant to Count I of its Complaint, Midway filed a breach of contract claim against Northwest for an alleged agreement formed on October 8, for the purchase and sale of substantially all of Midway's non-gate assets. The Court holds that no such agreement was made between the parties.
The only binding agreement reached by the parties on October 8 with respect to Midway's non-gate assets was to negotiate in good faith consistent with their representations to the Court and to use their best efforts to close the transaction within thirty days.
Under Count III of its Complaint, Midway claims that Northwest breached a covenant set forth in the parties' Asset Purchase Agreement to negotiate in good faith for the non-gate assets. The Court holds that Northwest did negotiate in good faith for the purchase of Midway's non-gate assets and therefore did not breach the covenant.
Midway argues that Northwest promised to purchase the non-gate assets from Midway and to fund Midway's operating losses. The Court holds that Northwest did not make an unambiguous promise to purchase substantially all of Midway's assets or to fund Midway's operating losses, and thus Northwest is not promissorily estopped from claiming there was no binding and enforceable agreement for the non-gate assets.
Pursuant to Count V of the Complaint, Midway alleges that Northwest committed fraudulent misrepresentation by making several misrepresentations of material fact at the October 8, court hearing and subsequently thereafter.
The Court holds that Midway failed to prove all of the requisite elements of fraudulent misrepresentation with respect to each alleged instance. Midway makes substantially the same allegations with respect to this claim as it does with respect to the fraudulent misrepresentation claim in Count V.
The Court holds that Midway failed to prove all of the requisite elements of equitable estoppel, and thus Northwest is not equitably estopped from asserting there was no binding and enforceable agreement for the non-gate assets.
Under Count VII, Midway alleges that Northwest committed negligently misrepresentation with respect to several material facts in connection with the proposed purchase and sale of Midway's non-gate assets. The same alleged misrepresentations that form the basis of Counts V and VI are asserted in this count.
The Court holds that Northwest is not in the business of supplying information for the guidance of others in their business transactions. Accordingly, Midway may not recover its alleged economic losses under this theory.
Midway claims that Northwest interfered with a prospective business relationship it had with Southwest Airlines Co. The Court holds that Midway failed to sustain its burden of proving that Northwest tortiously interfered with Midway's prospective business relationship with Southwest Airlines.
The Court holds that even if Northwest did interfere with a prospective economic advantage, Northwest's conduct was justified under a competitor's privilege. The Court holds that there is no agreement requiring Northwest to assume the security deposit payments Midway owed to the City of Chicago.
Thus, Northwest's refusal to reimburse Midway's security deposit payments is justified. However, pursuant to the Gate Sale Agreement, Northwest's failure to pay the October lease arrearage payment constitutes a breach of that separate agreement.
In Count I of Northwest's Counterclaim, Northwest alleges that Midway fraudulently misrepresented that its data submitted to the United States Department of Transportation was accurate and that Northwest could rely on that data; Midway gave Northwest an incomplete and misleading explanation regarding the data on October 4, ; and Midway failed to disclose to Northwest on October 7, that the data submitted was inaccurate and unreliable.
The Court holds that Northwest failed to prove that Midway made the representations in the first allegation, failed to prove that Midway made the alleged misrepresentations in the second allegation, and failed to prove all the elements of fraudulent misrepresentation in the third allegation.
In Count II, Northwest alleges that Midway breached a confidentiality agreement executed by the parties by filing and prosecuting this adversary proceeding. The Court holds that the confidentiality agreement does not bar Midway from filing this lawsuit.
This adversary proceeding is related to In re Midway Airlines, Inc. Their principal place of business was located in Chicago, Illinois. Midway operated a domestic airline carrier.Scribd es red social de lectura y publicación más importante del mundo.
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