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AML Exclusive: READ the Writ of Summons in the 250Million Naira Case Against GULDER for Copyright Infringement

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One of the Plaintiffs, Martin Omosegie,  in the copyright infringement case against Gulder seeking damages for 250Million Naira, contacted me to share even more information with the AML artists community. Please find the filed writ of summons which details the thrust of the lawsuit and the claims against GULDER. Also please feel free to leave your thoughts. GULDER representatives, if you have presumably been served with this writ, you are also welcome to email me your ‘answer’ once you file your response with the court as well.

Everyone else, I would be curious to read what you have to say.

Cheers,
Uduak

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1 Comment

  1. Foza says:

    Wow! Interesting suit! I hope we get a follow up to the story>

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