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Court Grants Toptal's Motion for Summary Judgment

by Legal PDFMarch 1st, 2024
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Discover the outcome of the legal dispute between Toptal and Denis Grosz as the court grants Toptal's motion for summary judgment, dismissing Count I of Grosz's counterclaim. Gain insights into the legal ruling and its implications under California law. TLDR: Toptal emerges victorious as the court grants its motion for summary judgment, dismissing Count I of Denis Grosz's counterclaim in the legal dispute. The court's ruling signifies a legal victory for Toptal, resolving the contractual dispute in its favor.
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TOPTAL, LLC v. DENIS GROSZ Court Filing, retrieved on February 26, 2024, is part of HackerNoon’s Legal PDF Series. You can jump to any part in this filing here. This part is 6 of 7.


The Court grants Toptal's Motion for Summary Judgment, in part, and dismisses Count I of Mr. Grosz's counterclaim.[6]


DATED: October 11, 2023.

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[6] For the reasons articulated in this Order the Court finds that Mr. Grosz is not entitled to summary judgment on Count I of his counterclaim, Toptal's eighth claim for relief or Toptal's second affirmative defense and Mr. Grosz's motion filed August 28, 2023, is denied.

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