A federal court jury found in favor of S&B clients who were sued by a Taiwanese company for allegedly breaching a contract to purchase specially-manufactured after-market automobile parts. S&B lawyers William Buus and Eric Schiffer tried the case. The jury trial, which took three days, took place at the Roybal Federal Building in downtown Los Angeles, and jury deliberations took only about an hour. The jury found that S&B's clients did not breach the contract, and specifically that S&B's clients were not required to pay for goods they received due to lengthy manufacturing and delivery delays, rendering the goods unsalable and virtually valueless. "Many disputes like this are really a clash of cultures," trial attorney William Buus noted. "Nearly all of them can be resolved, but the people involved have a difficult time understanding one another and, unfortunately, that causes a rise in frustrations and tempers. This case really should have been resolved long ago, but sometimes trials are required to bring these disputes to an end, once and for all."