Vintage Pop Media vs. MichaelJacksonCasino.com Case Dismissed

On August 31, 2010 the Judge presiding in the case said the followings: "Plaintiff’s complaint appears to relate to what has been called the mortgage crisis in our country. Many similar complaints have been filed in this Court. Based on what has
occurred in those cases, the Court is concerned that (1) all parties to the case receive a proper review of their claims in court, (2) no party is forced to spend unnecessary time
and expense on this case, and (3) there is compliance with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, including Rule 11(b). The Court orders the following to achieve these goals and to avoid an early, unfair dismissal with prejudice."

Three day later Vintage Pop Media asked for a dismissal in the case. Now say if this case was good for anything but getting your 15 minutes of fame.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ummm.. why would Vintage Pop Media need 15 mins of fame?? Can you answer this? Vintage Pop Media is already famous. Mrs Jackson is part owner of this company and the company has been in headlines for more closely two years now. If that casino was using a photo and items that belong to Vintage pop Media, why do think they are jocking for fame if they sue the casino company for stealing? Sound a lil bias to me.I am all for Kathrine Jackson and her partner Howard Mann.