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GEDA v. Laing trial set for Monday

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A lawsuit that stems from the blockbuster flop "Max Havoc: Curse of the Dragon" is scheduled to go to trial next week. Today a pre-trial conference was held.

The Guam Economic Development Authority filed suit against the movie's producer, John Laing and the Guam Motion Picture Company after they failed to pay back an $800,000 t loan guaranty to the agency.  The court denied GEDA's motion for summary judgment and the trial is scheduled to begin on Monday before Superior Court Judge Michael Bordallo.

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