The U. told Level 7 that it needed to comply with public bidding requirements — which, the lawsuit says, it had previously told Level 7 were not applicable — and said that other suppliers would be more lucrative for the U. Further, Level 7 alleges that the U. told licensing companies not to renew Level 7’s one-year licenses and crippled its U.-brand business.
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