By now most of you have probably heard all about Hyatt Hotels Corp. vs. Women's International Bowling Congress. That's the case in which Hyatt tried unsuccessfully to bring a lawsuit against WIBC for breach of contract when the group failed to use nearly half the 4,735 room nights reserved for its annual convention. The contract between the two parties, it turned out, contained neither an attrition clause nor cut-off provisions. At this point, you've probably read the court decision and seen
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