Baltimore Sun: Under Armour did not breach its record $280 million contract to outfit athletes at UCLA by terminating the deal amid the COVID-19 outbreak and the resulting disrupted college sports season, the Baltimore company said this week in a court filing.
UCLA initially filed its lawsuit Aug. 26 in U.S. District Court in California, a federal court, before voluntarily dismissing it last month to instead pursue it in a state court.
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