A number of stockists of the Firetrap clothing brand are reportedly considering legal action after parent company Sports Direct said it would not allow any autumn 2012 orders to be cancelled. The statement from Sports Direct came after reports that they were selling Firetrap clothing on their website for less than the wholesale price. They claim that it was never a term in any of the agreements with stockists that they would not sell the clothing on their own website. Therefore the stockists have no right to cancel orders. According to Drapers, at least one stockist disagrees, claiming that Sports Direct gave an undertaking not to sell the Firetrap brand themselves. There doesn’t appear to be any written agreements in place but should the Courts decide that there was an oral representation which formed part of the contract, Firetrap may have trouble defending their position.