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Judge To Hear Arguments On Mintz' Claims Against Priority Sports
Published October 29, 2012
Federal Judge Stephen Wilson will hear motions from Mintz, CAA and Priority in a hearing that is scheduled for 1:30pm PT. Mintz has asked Wilson to find that his former employment agreement with Priority was void and to dismiss all counterclaims against him. CAA is asking Wilson to dismiss all of Priority’s counterclaims against the agency. Priority, meanwhile, is asking for a summary judgment that Mintz breached his contract with and duty of loyalty to Priority. If the case is not dismissed and there is no settlement, it is scheduled for trial on Nov. 13.