Whether one is planning a wedding on a California beach or a multi-nation tour, the person in charge of the event must foresee any contingencies and meet the expectations and demands of all involved. However, an event promoter also relies on other parties to fulfill their sides of the agreements. When that does not happen, it may take complex civil litigation to resolve the matter fairly.
In California and beyond, getting a good night's sleep is important. However, some former executives of Mattress Firm may not be sleeping very well lately. The company has filed a lawsuit against two men now under investigation for numerous claims of misconduct that left Mattress Firm floundering to remain solvent. The complex civil litigation involves lawsuits and countersuits as the parties point fingers at each other.
In California and across the country, business partnerships are often compared to marriages. They include many similar characteristics in the way partners run the business together, and they may end in civil litigation if the partners are no longer able to get along. Just as one marital partner's actions can cause broken trust between spouses, so too can the actions of a business partner breach the verbal or written agreement the partners share.
Concert and event promoters carry a significant amount of responsibility. In addition to lining up acts for their events, the promoters must advertise the events and ensure everything is in place on the date of the show. When things go wrong, it is often the promoter who bears the brunt of the blame. This is why California event promoters may end up in complex civil litigation since so many people depend on the smooth running of an event.
California concert and festival promoters have many details to attend to, especially if they have a popular act headlining the event. In addition to ensuring logistics run smoothly and that the talent is satisfied, promoters place their reputations and their jobs on the line. When everything goes well, everyone makes a profit. However, one thing concert promoters may not expect is for the host and star of the event to cancel at the last minute, often resulting in complex civil litigation.