110603 JYJ Withdraws Their ‘Lawsuit Against Avex’.. Why?

It has been found that JYJ(Xiah Junsu, YoungWoong Jaejoong, Micky Yoochun) have withdrawn their provisional injunctions against TVXQ’s Japanese agency Avex for obstructions against JYJ’s concert, at the Tokyo local district courts.

On the 2nd, Avex revealed on its official website that, ‘On May 27th, C-JeS Entertainment(JYJ’s management agency) withdrew their provisional injunctions without waiting for the verdict of the Courts.’

Regarding the action, Avex stated that they were ‘were confident that this case would be dismissed’ and that, ‘Zak Corp. and C-JeS had considered that it would have been difficult for their two claims to stand, and had decided to abandon this application for provision injunction.’

Even before the withdrawal of the provisional injunctions, Avex took a strong stance on the issue as they stated, ‘The charity event for the victims of the earthquake was planned without the permission of Avex, who have the sole rights to the management of JYJ’s Japanese activities,’ and ‘We have done nothing but react accordingly and rightfully to this violation.”

C-JeS, along with Zak Corporation, had filed two provisional injunctions against Avex on the cancellation of JYJ’s charity event, stating that, ‘The actions of Avex and their obstructions against JYJ’s concert were unlawful.’

Prain, the PR agency of JYJ, stated, “The litigations were taken up against Avex to protest the violent obstructions by Avex against JYJ’s Japanese concert,” and “But JYJ are now able to perform on the 7th, bringing us to the conclusion that there is no need to carry through with the injunctions, which lead to its withdrawal.”

Source: [edaily star in]
Translated & Shared by: dongbangdata.net

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