Camera Co. Off Hook For Defunct Unit’s Contract Breach

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Law360 (August 12, 2021, 9:41 PM EDT) — Military-grade camera maker Vision Technologies Inc. has escaped a suit claiming that its now-bankrupt subsidiary violated multiple agreements in its acquisition of a commercial security-camera manufacturer after a Massachusetts federal judge found following a bench trial that the circumstances weren’t “extreme” enough to hold Vision liable. 

The parties’ dispute stems from Arkansas-based Vision’s 2015 move to acquire Scallop Imaging LLC, a Boston-based company that designed and sold security cameras and owned a diverse portfolio of intellectual property. In order to facilitate that transaction, Vision created Blackhawk Imaging LLC as a wholly owned subsidiary to purchase Scallop’s assets. 

Scallop filed suit in…

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