Doe Claimant v. Roe.com Corporation
In 2000, Mr. Horwitz represented a products distributor against a nationally recognized “dot corn” company for breach of an exclusive distribution agreement. Mr. Horwitz’s client claimed it had fulfilled its significant obligations under the agreement, when, for no reason, the dot.com company refused to use its services and failed to make the contractually agreed payments. Mr. Horwitz settled the case for $175,000. Three weeks after receiving the settlement funds, the dot.com company closed down.