London, United Kingdom, June 09, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- On 21 June 2019, Don't Look Media, LLC ("DLM") filed a lawsuit against Fly Victor et al. in the United States District Court, in the Southern District of Florida alleging a contractual dispute around a historical marketing agreement.
The complaint put forth various allegations. On 17 September 2019, with the legal representation of the global law firm, Clyde & Co., the Defendants moved to dismiss the action in its entirety.
On 5 February 2020, the Southern District of Florida ordered and adjudged that the Defendants’ Joint Omnibus Motion to Dismiss is granted without prejudice for Plaintiff to file suit in the forum agreed to by the parties. The Clerk of Court was directed to close this case and deny as moot any pending motions.
Any new or related claims on appeal brought by DLM will be vigorously defended to the full extent of the law. This win is a testament to Fly Victor et al's determination to defend against any claims that they believe are damaging to its goodwill and reputation.
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