By Gina Kim (May 2, 2022, 9:39 PM EDT) – A California judge has dismissed breach of contract claims filed by Noodle Time’s successor, Noodle Boost, against Yo-Kai Express, for now, after finding that there was no allegation in the lawsuit that the alleged successor is a genuine interested party in the case.

In a three-page order on Friday, U.S. Investigative Judge Susan Van Keulen sided with Yo-Kai Express Inc., a Silicon Valley-based self-catering platform, accused of breaching an agreement exclusive sales and licensing contract signed in 2017. CEO Andy Lin signed the contract, which provided that his company would serve as the exclusive distributor of automated products…

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