- Social media blew up with complaints about a window display at NorthPark Center’s popular yoga-wear store, Lululemon. A window decal (which has since been removed) stating “We do partners yoga, not partners card,” drew so much controversy that Lululemon representatives scheduled a meeting to discuss other forms of partnership, according to NBCDFW. The Partners Card shopping event is the largest annual fundraiser for local nonprofit The Family Place.
- Preston Hollow’s Balls Hamburgers is suing their landlord in excess of $1 million for breach of contract and fraud, reports Teresa Gubbins for CultureMap. Just yesterday, the Preston Hollow-based landlords filed a counter-suit, also in excess of $1 million for “monetary relief.”
- In other local legal news, Straight Line Automotive Group founder Jeremy Wiggains, whose million-dollar Preston Hollow home was raided a week after Wiggains filed for bankruptcy in August, is now being sued by Park Place Motors. The suit contests the bankruptcy filing, Dallas Observer reports, saying “Wiggains was part of a conspiracy that siphoned off millions of dollars in cash and dozens of high-end cars from the local luxury-car empire.”
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