It looks like the lawsuit between XFL CEO and Commissioner Oliver Luck and XFL owner Vince McMahon will not come to a conclusion anytime soon. According to court records, Judge Victor A. Bolden, has decided the ‘Stay” the order. Which in effect means pause the litigation.
“The case is stayed until Alpha Entertainment LLC can be joined as an indispensable party to the action and DENIES without prejudice Mr. Luck’s motions for prejudgment remedy and disclosure of assets. Signed by Judge Victor A. Bolden on 6/26/2020. (Conde, Djenab)”
This does not mean the lawsuit is over, It just means that once Alpha Entertainment LLC is sold, which we know is in early August. Then the lawsuit between Luck and McMahon can go forward.
“ORDER Administratively Closing Case. Because of the ongoing bankruptcy proceedings of Alpha Entertainment LLC, an indispensable party, this case has been stayed. See ECF No. 79. Rather than continue to keep the case open on the docket, the Clerk of Court is directed to close it administratively, without prejudice to reopening, once Alpha can be joined as a party.
Signed by Judge Victor A. Bolden on 6/26/2020.(Conde, Djenab)”
Luck is suing McMahon for breach of contract over his dismissal one day prior to the XFL closing it’s doors. You can read all about the back story here. Latest Update On Oliver Luck Lawsuit Against Vince McMahon.
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