Crain’s Chicago Business interviewed Chad Nold, Associate Attorney at Saper Law Offices, for a May 20th article about a recent lawsuit filed against Martha Stewart’s media company. The lawsuit, filed by R.R. Donnelley & Sons, alleges that Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia breached its contractual obligations by failing to pay certain agreed upon rates for printing the magazines Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings.
The issue arose after Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia outsourced publishing functions for the magazines to Meredith, an Iowa media company. According to the suit, upon taking over these functions, Meredith refused to pay Donnelley the same pricing terms agreed to by Martha Stewart.
In the article, Chad is quoted as saying that: “The biggest issue is whether Meredith took on the responsibility to pay Donnelley the same price that Martha Stewart had promised.”
Though Saper Law is not involved in the case, the firm handles similar breach of contract actions as part of its litigation practice. To contact Saper Law about your case, please feel free to call (312) 527-4100, or email Chad at email@example.com.