Wednesday, July 25, 2001
Huggins sues Internet company
UC basketball coach Bob Huggins has filed a lawsuit against an Internet company, claiming it reneged on an agreement to pay him $100,000 in exchange for videotaping some UC basketball practices.
Huggins' suit accuses HoopsTV.com and its general partner, TB Network, Inc., of violating a September 1999 agreement to allow the companies to videotape some of the 2000-01 season practices in exchange for money. In March 2000, HoopsTV.com modified the agreement to include the 2001-02 season. But before any payment was made, the companies sent Huggins a letter on March 29, 2001, terminating the agreement.
Huggins' attorney, Richard Katz, said no trial date has been set because the defendants have not yet responded to the lawsuit.
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