Beatles and Elvis fans’ row ends in out-of-the-court settlementNovember 14th, 2007 - 2:46 am ICT by admin
Shaw’s contention was that Cohen had broken the terms of an agreement granting him only temporary use of the space.
A judge decided in favour of Cohen during a hearing in August, and the case had been due for trial on Tuesday.
The two businessmen, however, resorted to an out-of-the-court settlement.
“The judge urged both sides to put our heads together. The terms of the settlement are confidential but perhaps Mr Cohen is all shook up. Hopefully now he’ll let it be,” the Scotsman quoted Shaw as saying. (ANI)
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