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TOADLICK In Court - TRO Request Withdrawn

Rickey Stokes

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Posted by: RStokes
Date: Apr 17 2014 10:12 AM

HOUSTON COUNTY:     TOADLICK was before Twentieth Judicial Circuit Court Judge Larry Anderson today. The issue before the court was a Temporary Restraining Order filed by Walker360 for unpaid invoices.


TOADLICK has responded through their attorney(s), Ashton Ott and Ed Price. Their response is Walker360 has failed to submit the documentation that the advertising they claim is owed for actually ran.


When advertising runs there is documentation with the advertising as proof the spots were run on radio or TV.


The court proceedings today before Judge Anderson is a request by Walker360 through Attorney Will Matthews seeking a Temporary Restraining Order freezing TOADLICK bank accounts.


When Judge Anderson entered the courtroom, Walker360 Attorney Will Matthews asked to approach the Judge. Matthews told Judge Anderson that he was withdrawing the request for the TRO. Matthews said he has provided Ott and Price with documentation that his client has sent to them. Matthews said they can reach an agreement and he is therefore withdrawing his request for the freezing of the bank accounts.


Judge Anderson told the parties no Affidavit was with the TRO. Anderson said he set this for a quick hearing because there was a TOADLICK event. With the complaint there were outstanding invoices not paid and gates receipts, there was a need for the hearing today.


Matthews said this is a contract case and unpaid invoices. A lot of money has been paid, $ 150,000.00 or so and $ 33,000.00 left. Matthews said that he and Ott and Price will meet and they have insured if the money is owed it will be paid.


Matthews said if it can not be worked out there will be court proceedings in the future. Matthews said the TRO is withdrawn.


Chris Gilbert was present in the courtroom. Gilbert's publicist, Debbie Ingram was with Gilbert. Ingram worked for The Dothan Eagle.


GET THIS..LOL...Ingram went to Lance Ingram and asked if he needed anything from them. She was sitting next to me. She never asked if I needed anything. LOL  FUNNY!!!


Ingram works for SAMC public relations. Time of court 10 AM.


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