CME court case may 2010 update
Well it seems that people are beginning to forget about the court case which has CME, CMG and former CEO Gary Whiting as well as many others related in some way to Mr. Whiting or CME.
So here is a small update on what has happened in the court case this month. I must note that the case is still proving to be interesting after Edward Burr was appointed receiver of CME and its subsidiaries which include Firesky.
Well on with the May update.
12th May 2010
This date saw the continued discussion on the validity of joint venture between Dark Comet Games and firesky, which was discussed last month in court as well. Jerry Belt who is working with Edward Burr testified at the hearing. At the end of the hearing it was ordered and to quote from the released document.
At the request of the Receiver, the Court affirms the Receivership Order. The Court
confirms that the order was entered based solely on the record established at the evidentiary
hearing on the application for a TRO; there was no evidence presented concerning the JV
There is still no word on the validity of the joint venture.
24th May 2010
The 24th May session saw no news on the joint venture but it saw something interesting. The court received a request from Gary Whiting to represent himself as a “pro per”, which means “represents himself/herself in a lawsuit rather than have an attorney”(legal definition). There were no objections to Mr. Whiting’s request and the court agreed to Mr. Whiting’s request.
You can download the .pdf documents for this month below:
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