Posted by ButterBall Devil on May 27, 20 at 09:35:38:
In Reply to: Agree, BUT posted by Chandler Devil on May 27, 20 at 08:28:05:
Is the only way to describe this. Everyone - including (and especially) ASU - loses. None of us know the truth.
Letting this fester for months, however, was never a good plan.
Bottom line - based on the email, CBH is asking why ADRA did not keep to his word.
Sometimes, even when you don't think you are in the wrong, you need to step up and apologize. (Based on my uninformed view, this advice likely applies to several of the participants.)
But if instead, you engage an attorney, then a reasonable, mature resolution is unlikely.
As an observation based on the stories, it is noteworthy that both the booster, and CBH have engaged criminal defense attorneys for representation. This leads me to believe that a criminal complaint may have been filed, and an investigation is pending.
If this is the case, then this may explain why AD/RA has suspended any direct effort to resolve.
Recalling my statement above - that including me, none of us know the truth - at the risk of full blown unsupported speculation - one reason you threaten civil litigation (based on a claim that your reputation may have been damaged), is to try to get the victims and accusing witnesses to recant their statements, which in turn undercuts the pending criminal proceeding.
Then you enter into NDA's and a settlement and dismissal of any civil litigation.
At the end of the day, the lawyers win.
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