11/8/09 – Players and software provider may be awaiting the appointment of liquidators in the Jo Remme – Eurolinx debacle, but online payment processor PIC Club's CEO Chuck Kidd has gone into action, hiring respected lawyer and online gambling expert Frank Catania to protect his company's interests.
Reports appearing on the message boards quote from a Catania communication to Eurolinx which claims:
"The agreement [with PIC Club for its services] also provides that exclusive jurisdiction and venue for resolution of any legal action arising from the agreement shall lie in the federal courts of Costa Rica and that any such action shall be resolved in accordance with Costa Rican law.
"Therefore, if we are unable to amicably resolve this matter, it is my client's intention to institute suit in Costa Rica immediately.
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"Should Eurolinx fail to appear, my client will request a default judgment in Costa Rica, and will seek enforcement of the Costa Rican judgment in the courts of Malta or Curacao.
"In this connection, I also remind you that the agreement between the parties provides that attorney's fees and other costs of litigation, enforcement and collection, can be recovered by PIC Club and will be added to any judgment."
Whether either Jo Remme or his company has responded to the communication is not known.