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In re The Score Board., Inc.
United States District Court for the District of New Jersey
238 B.R. 585 (1999)
Kobe Bryant (defendant) entered into an agreement with The Score Board Inc. (plaintiff) when he was 17 years old. Under the contract, The Score Board agreed to pay Bryant $10,000 to sign a minimum of 15,000 autographs. The Score Board also agreed to pay Bryant an additional $2 for each autograph after the first 500. Three days after Bryant turned 18, he deposited the $10,000 check. Bryant also performed his duties under the contract for about a year and a half. Then Bryant stopped performing his duties and asserted that the contract was void because Bryant was a minor when he entered into the agreement. The Score Board sued Bryant.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (Irenas, J.)
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