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Indiana State Symphony Society, Inc. v. Ziedonis
Indiana Court of Appeals
171 Ind. App. 292 (1976)
Viktors Ziedonis (plaintiff) worked for the Indiana State Symphony Society, Inc. (defendant). The symphony fired Ziedonis, and Ziedonis sued, alleging a breach of contract. The trial court determined that the symphony had breached the employment contract and determined that Ziedonis had suffered $6,335 in damages as a result. Ziedonis did testify that he played with two out-of-town orchestras during the relevant period and received $3,430 as payment. However, the trial court did not deduct that amount from its award to Ziedonis. The symphony appealed.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (White, J.)
Concurrence (Buchanan, J.)
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