Holland Oats wrote:
How do you prove that?
And that still comes down to reading your contract, and making sure you know what you are signing over, and all the risks that come with that.
civil suits aren't beyond a reasonable doubt. Just more likely than not
You prove it by testifying. and any documents you have
Kirkman testifies against him. Then it depends who the jury believes. you dont need iron clad proof.
also, fraudlent inducment would break the contract. if you get someone to sign a contract through fraud, the contract doesnt count.
he's also arguing that in the contract, he's not getting paid what it says he should and that the books aren't being shown to him. Thats like when stan sued marvel.