ST. LOUIS — An apparel logistics company is suing a St. Louis clothing company, citing alleged breach of contract.
Stars Design Group Inc. filed a complaint Sept. 21 in the St. Louis 22nd Judicial Circuit Court against The Normal Brand LLC, alleging the defendant violated the agreed-upon contract by not making the full payment.
According to the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that on April 1, 2015, they agreed to arrange, handle the logistics and the production and delivery of garments for the defendants. Pursuant to the contract, the plaintiff has performed all obligations but didn't receive payment within 30 days after the garments arrived at the U.S. port, presentment of invoice and packing list.
The plaintiff holds The Normal Brand responsible because the defendant allegedly failed and refused to make payment in full amounting to $286,589.54 with interest on late payments and nonpayments and failed to pay the reasonable value of the labor and materials provided by Stars Design.
The plaintiff seeks judgment in the amount of $286,589.54, along with attorneys' fees, costs incurred and other relief the court deems proper. The plaintiff is represented by Mitchell A. Margo and Katherine E. Henry of Curtis, Heinz, Garrett & O'Keefe PC in St. Louis.
St. Louis 22nd Judicial Circuit Court case number 1722-CC11371