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March hearing booked for GEDA v. Laing

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - No reason has been given why the trial for the blockbuster flop Max Havoc: Curse of the Dragon was taken off the calendar.  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 loan guaranty. 

The lawsuit was discussed during executive session during last week's GEDA board meeting, but officials have not disclosed why the bench trial never occurred.  Another status hearing is scheduled for March 22.

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