Fluminense obtains a favorable decision from the Canadian Court in the Dryworld case — Fluminense Football Club

Fluminense has won another victory in the legal sphere, this time before the Canadian courts, which sentenced Dryworld, a former sports equipment supplier, to pay compensation to Tricolor. The decision declared Dryworld guilty of the contractual termination that occurred in 2016, determining the payment of the amount of compensation which will always be subject to the calculation of the update.

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“While the conviction is subject to appeal, Dryworld’s chances of overturning it are slim, especially given the overwhelming evidence produced by Fluminense,” said the club’s vice-president of legal interests, Heraldo Iunes.

Dryworld became Fluminense’s sports equipment supplier in January 2016. The numerous problems with delivery, royalty payments and sponsorship quota led Fluminense to terminate the contract – initially scheduled for five seasons, it was terminated a few months after the start of his term. Tricolor has since tried to recover the lagged values.

Text: Communication/FFC

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