PHILADELPHIA — An operator of motorcycle track days is suing New Jersey Motorsports Park, an owner of a motorsport complex, citing alleged tortious interference and unjust enrichment.
Team Pro-Motion Inc. filed a complaint on July 25, in Philadelphia federal court against New Jersey Motorsports Park, alleging that it violated the Defend Trade Secrets Act.
The plaintiff alleges that, in 2017 Team Pro-Motion, after a longstanding relationship with defendant NJMP, experienced a change in their contractual relationship, which eliminated certain discounts and created conflicts when scheduling dates.
Disagreements led to a termination in their relationship. The plaintiff claims the defendant coveted TPM's confidential information and trade secrets for economic value.
The plaintiff holds New Jersey Motorsports Park responsible because the defendant allegedly repeatedly breached the terms of its rental contract with TPM and repeatedly and continuously refused to follow its own express contractual terms or negotiate with TPM in good faith regarding various issues.
The plaintiff requests a trial by jury and seeks judgment for all damages, attorneys' fees, costs, and all other relief to which it is entitled and such other or additional relief as is just and proper. They are represented by Dafan Zhang of Zhang Law PC in Philadelphia.
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania case number 2:18-cv-03117-GAM