Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Dec 1, 2012
More On The Scott Steiner vs. TNA Lawsuit Inside Here

More On The Scott Steiner vs. TNA Lawsuit Inside Here

The court hearing that was canceled this morning for Scott Steiner’s lawsuit against TNA is due to the fact that Steiner’s attorney’s filed evidence last week countering TNA’s argument that Steiner’s lawsuit should be dismissed.

TNA argued that Steiner’s breach of contract claim was invalid because according to the letter of their contract, Steiner was required to tell them of any potential breaches and then give the company thirty days to try and fix the problem. Steiner’s attorney’s filed notice saying that the contractual terms ran from January 2011 through April 2011, meaning that the contract could not apply in this case.

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2 Responses to “More On The Scott Steiner vs. TNA Lawsuit Inside Here”

  1. nobalkain says:

    How can TNA be in breach then if it was outside of the time he was contracted. Is he just grasping at straws or am I missing something?

  2. Philly_Cheese says:

    It may have been that contractually he was still an employee with the company, but terms being discussed before may have been added at a later point after the initial contract was made. For example: a wrestler signs a contract that lasts from 2012 until 2015, either side my request something be added to last a certain amount of time during that period. So it's possible he had a multi-year contract, and TNA added terms to his contract under a mutual agreement that would only last for part of that contract.

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