said by ErikRP:
"Ignorance of the law is not a deference (sic)." So I'm assuming you're saying that Shaw's legal team don't have a clue about how to draft binding agreements?
Either sue Shaw or move on with or without them. Your argument has already been made in court and the courts disagree with you.
"Your argument has already been made in court and the courts disagree with you."
I apologize your honor, I don't wish to be held in Contempt. lol To funny.
Im sure Shaws legal team is well educated, however this does not mean just because they are smart gives them the right to walk out because they say so.
In your opinion, it sounds like a service agreement is just as or more powerful than a notarized contract.