“If you’ve even casually followed the strange saga of Proview, the company who claimed to own the iPad trademark in China, you may see them as a fly-by-night,” J.R. Bookwalter reports for Mac|Life. “After reading this, you might think they’re a bunch of deadbeats, too.”
“Proview has failed to cough up fees to the attorneys who helped the near-bankrupt tech company win a $60 million settlement from Apple over the the trademark to the iPad name in China,” Bookwalter reports. “It seems the Grandall Law Firm, who covered Proview’s legal fees in return for a four percent share of the settlement, is none too happy about being stiffed on its share of the $60 million payout — so they’re taking Proview to court in an effort to collect on the $2.4 million owed to them.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: If you whore for bankrupt extortionists, should you really expect to get paid without force?
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]