Fresh documents from my lawsuit against Enthusiast Gaming Inc. and an update
NOTE: Costs are mounting, and I am trying to raise money to handle them however I can. If you are interested in helping out, I have started a GoFundMe here — and if you do contribute, you will have my unending gratitude. Every cent counts.
UPDATE: The hearing has now happened, and the results are as follows:
Defendant’s motion for summary judgement and dismissal: conversion on consent to summary trial, date to be set after trial conference.
My motion for joinder of Enthusiast Gaming Media Inc. as a co-defendant: unopposed and granted.
My motion for court order protecting evidence from being destroyed: granted on consent.
Defendant’s motion for striking of paragraphs from reply: pending and result expected soon.
It has been a while since my last update regarding this matter, for which I apologize (illness plus preparing for an LSAT test is not a good combination). As things currently stand, Enthusiast Gaming Inc. has not yet come to the table to negotiate, and Enthusiast’s motion for summary judgement and dismissal, along with their motion to strike a number of paragraphs from my reply, will finally be heard on February 8th — this Friday.
(For those who are wondering, the motion hearing was delayed by my health — a very nasty case of bronchitis. This is why the following documents for the motion have returnable dates ranging from January to February.)
On my part, I am seeking to get Enthusiast Gaming Inc.’s motions dismissed, add Enthusiast Gaming Media Inc. as a co-defendant, and get a court order to protect documents from being destroyed (known as “spoliation”).
So, in something resembling a sensible chronological order, the new documents (which, have had contact information redacted) are: