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December 5, 2012

Amesbury Sports Park sues over 'zombie run' contract


Michael Tucker, an attorney with Healey, Deshaies, Gagliardi and Woelfel in Amesbury which is representing the sports park, said the case is still in its early stages and that there will still be discovery and depositions held before the case goes to trial. He added that Reed Street has had similar complaints filed against it before, notably by a company in Baltimore that helped the production team with its first race.

“They had an agreement, they waited for a contract and for various reasons, a contract never got signed,” Tucker said. “So I don’t feel like we’re alone in this experience.”

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