A while back, Christina Brashear of Samhain, sued Ellora’s Cave, including Tina Engler and her mother, because something didn’t smell very fresh with their accounts.
After the defendants dragged their asses for years, the presiding judge handed down an epic slap,¹ and ruled for the plaintiff. (Whether or not Brashear ever saw a penny is unknown).
This time, Fifth Third Bank is suing them, apparently over the infamous, gaudily decorated bus used at conventions.
Personally, I find it…interesting…that no one seems able to find Ellora’s Cave’s principals in order to serve them. Looking at the case detail, it seems there have been several attempts to find them, all failed to date.
Gee, I’m shocked.
Shocked, I tell you.
Wonder how long before the bank, and the court, lose their patience this time.
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Also, courtesy of #notchilled, it seems Ellora’s Cave (or, as they are calling themselves now, EC for Books) is putting some reverted books up for sale again at some vendors.
Did I mention how shocked I am?
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¹ Link courtesy of Deirdre Saoirse Moen