In the summer of 2009, JYJ petitioned the court for an injunction that would suspend the effects of the JYJ-SM contract. On 10.27.2009, the court held for JYJ and granted their injunction.
At this defeat, SM promptly filed an objection to the injunction. This objection was summarily and fully dismissed a few days ago– 2.15.2011. The contract is unfair and is invalid. SM is commanded to cease interfering with JYJ’s independent entertainment activities.
The below is the full and complete translation of the court’s decision to dismiss all of SM’s claims. It is worth reading in its entirely. SM’s attorneys apparently had great difficulties in coming up with arguments (the quality is actually quite appalling) and it shows– the court summarily dismisses every single one of them as “without merit.” An analysis that breaks down the complexity of this document will soon follow.
The term “Creditors” refers to JYJ. The terms “Debtor” and “Debtor company” refer to SM.
Intro and translation by Inklette of DNBN