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Priest Trial & Contracts
Wednesday, June 24, 2009 3:54:41 PM
I can kind of buy the fact about Les not being in Nevada at the time.
I think it has more to do with the performers and writers.
But then again DAVE HOLLAND would have been in Nevada when they were served.
Which brings us back to the fact that maybe only full time employees and not contractors would have been sued.
make sense at all?
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by tasnam1 from Tuesday, June 23, 2009 9:35:33 PM)
OK not trying to stamp out the Scott is great run, but that was not the intent of my original question.
I think Scott is the BEST drummer in the world and I do not want him to leave the band either, so no need to continue down this path.
The intent was, why was Dave Holland or Les Binks not at the trial. I do NOT have much legal experience but would guess that both of them were contractors and not vested members.
Someone posted that Les may not have had money, trust me that is not the reason. They sued the band as a unit and not personally. I bet my monet Dave and Les were NOT legal members.
As far as Scott is concerned, my hope is that he is a vested member with voting rights, but perhaps he is not.
As would also guess that Tim Owens was not a Vested member.
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