Saturday, March 31, 2012

Charlie Sheen






Judge ruled in the end a lawsuit against Charlie Sheen producer and studio that fired at him from his hit sitcom, CBS television to be heard by a jury in a court on Wednesday.

Released by Warner Bros. Television and Chuck Lorre producer Shane from "Two and a Half Men" in March, after the collapse for two weeks before an audience of the star, which included attacks on Lorre.
A lawsuit against the glitter of them for $ 100 million, accusing them of breaking his contract, which paid him $ 1.2 million, according to a loop.
Prompted the actor to a public trial, but the defendants say that had to be settled in arbitration.
Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Allan Goodman, after hearing arguments from both sides in a previous session, ruled Wednesday that the arbitration clause in the contracts Shin is valid.
"We are very pleased and we are by the judgment of the Court the application of the arbitration agreement of the parties," said Warner Bros. Television in a statement to CNN.
A lawyer for the glitter of this issue is still able to go to a public trial.
"It will be the arbitrator, not the judge, whose decision will be whether the case will go to arbitration or to court," said lawyer Martin Singer.




























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