Tareq Salahi's Lawsuit Against Journey and Neal Schon Tossed Out
Scoop Marketing sent over word yesterday: Dennis Hupp, Circuit Court Judge for Warren County, Virginia, dismissed with prejudice, Tareq Salahi's $50 million dollar lawsuit against the rock band Journey and lead guitarist Neal Schon.
After having his initial complaint dismissed on April 13, 2012 for failure to state a claim, Mr. Salahi hired a new attorney and attempted to repackage his legally and factually deficient complaint.
However, after a two hour hearing, Mr. Salahi's litigiousness found no further favor, and his Amended Complaint was, yet again, dismissed - this time with prejudice.
Spearheading the successful legal efforts of Mr. Schon and Journey were Bruce Blanchard, Esq. and Stephen Cobb Esq., shareholders in the litigation group at the Virginia law firm of Odin, Feldman, & Pittleman P.C.
Upon the dismissal of the Amended Complaint with prejudice, Mr. Blanchard remarked "As we have said all along, this case did not have a basis in law or in fact and was not worthy of the Court's time." Mr. Cobb added, "today is more than a win for our clients, it is a victory for common sense."
Neal Schon is currently prepping for the July 11th - 12th video shoot for the title track from his new solo album, The Calling, which is due to be released later this month.
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