Prez wrote on Mar 4, 2021, 11:00:
Personally I'm wondering how any contract could possibly leave something like *who owns the property* up to interpretation.
This case isn't about IP ownership. It's about distribution ownership as in "Now that the distribution contract is terminated, who owns the distribution?" I take it the language of the contract never stipulated who gains owner if the agreement gets terminated. The courts need to decide whether Nacon retains that or if it reverts to Frogwares.
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