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Tough Mudder Sued by Co-Founder for Contract Violations

Feb. 13, 2019, 9:23 PM

One of the co-founders of Tough Mudder Inc. is suing the company for alleged contract violations.

Tough Mudder, which runs a popular series of obstacle courses, was co-founded by Guy Livingstone and William Dean. Livingstone, a minority owner of TMI, claims the company breached a redemption agreement, a promissory note, and an intercreditor agreement to which he was a party.

He is seeking over $8.3 million in damages from TMI and its lender, Active Network LLC.

Among other claims, Livingstone said TMI breached the intercreditor agreement when it made a $675,000 payment to Dean to get him to step down...

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