The ball is in Guam Music Inc's court as it now has to decide what it will ask of the superior court now that it is a party in the attorney general's lawsuit against the Department of Revenue and Taxation. Deputy Attorney General Patrick Mason already filed a motion to dismiss the company's suit against Rev and Tax. Guam Music Inc. is hoping the court will force Rev and Tax to renew their liberty machine licenses. It fought to be allowed to intervene in the ag's lawsuit, which was recently granted by the Supreme Court. Pat Mason says "Now in essence they're in the suit so it's up to them to decide what motion they might want to file at this point because at this point we already have a judgement in the suit and compliance by the department of Rev&Tax with that judgement so that's the point we're at right now so it's up to Guam Music to decide what motions they want to file." Guam Music Inc. has until the 22nd of this month to file any motions and the AG's office has until October 2nd to file a response.