Clark v. Autonation

VERDICT

Trial
07/14/08 – 07/17/08

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Summary

Clark, an Alamo car rental marketing executive, requested enforcement against Autonation of his employment contract's salary continuation provision of $1 million dollars ($100K per year for ten years). Autonation purchased Alamo and allegedly accepted responsibility for making the continuation payments if Alamo did not. After Clark's employment ended, Autonation divested Alamo, and Alamo subsequently declared bankruptcy and stopped making payments to Clark. The jury was asked to determine whether Autonation or Alamo was obligated to make the payments.

Outcome

No Record

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