Yellowbook seeks summary judgment in breach of contract suit

By David Yates | May 28, 2015

Yellowbook is seeking summary judgment against a roofing company in a breach of contract lawsuit.

As previously reported, Hibu Inc., formerly known as Yellowbook Inc., filed a lawsuit Oct. 17 in Jefferson County District Court against Hector Crosby Jr., individually and doing business as Aztec Roofing.

According to the complaint, Hibu provided goods or services to the defendant which have not been paid for, with more than $5,100 owed, plus interest. The defendant is accused of breach of contract, or, in the alternative, unjust enrichment.

Court records show that on April 20 Hibu filed a motion for summary judgment, seeking to be awareded the amount owed plus interest, attorney fees and costs of court.

In its motion, Hibu maintains it can prove each element of its cause of action as a matter of law.

A hearing on the matter has been slated for June 12.

Attorneys Sean S.V. Homrig, Don M. Barnett, Matias Eduardo Garcia, Ian A. McCarthy and Lawrence J. Falli of Barnett and Garcia in Austin represent it.

Jefferson County District Court case number: D-196281

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