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Texas Appellate Court: Firing a partner is not a breach of contract if contract allows for termination without reason
The Fifth District Texas Court of Appeals at Dallas (the “Court”) affirmed a trial court decision ruling that a surgery center did not breach a contract when it terminated a partnership with a physician who refused to perform an illegal act because the contract specifically stated that said partner can be fired for either any reason or for no reason at all.
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