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5-27-2009 @ 3:10PM
This could be a bit disadvantageous for Blizz for this is on a local court which may rule in favor of its local client. International cases such as this can be complicated well I don't wish the loss
5-27-2009 @ 3:18PM
I don't know how the courts work in China, but I would imagine Blizzard would ask that the case be heard in neutral territory.
5-28-2009 @ 11:49AM
Bliz spares no expense on their legal affairs, using the most ruthlessly efficient team in the area.The9 lost operation of WoW because their legal people couldn't even get Wrath approved.Somehow I don't think it'll be a tough fight.
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