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[CVG]Activision vs West, Zampella and EA lawsuit gets go-ahead

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Filed in December 2010, Activision's $400 million contract-interference suit is based on allegation that the Medal of Honor publisher had been attempting to lure the Call of Duty creators away from its rival from as early as July 2009.
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While EA was added to Activision's complaint late last year, its dispute with West and Zampella stretches back to March, when the former Infinity Ward bosses sued their ex-employee for alleged unfair dismissal. The pair claimed their contracts were terminated weeks before substantial Modern Warfare 2 royalty payments were due to be made.

http://www.computerandvideogames.com...gets-go-ahead/
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I hope Activision get screwed. Gotta be a case when another 38 employees want to sue also.
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So all that circumstantial evidence got approved? Damn, how much money did Activision waste on paying off judges?
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The rich use the courts and the legal systems to become wealthier, being scandalous toward everyone they deal with, whenever possible...

Old news truly, but in this particular case I hope that the employees win, it's simply common knowledge that Activision is an extremely scandalous company when it comes down to paying for their help...

What else would you expect from the rich, a fair handshake...

They are called Capitalist pigs & Profiteers for a reason...

That's life for ya...
Edited by _GTech - 3/17/11 at 5:34am
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I hope this doesn't mean that they will stop making call of duty games very month...
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