Alpha Entertainment's Vince McMahon and former XFL commissioner Oliver Luck's lawsuits against one another are set to go to trial after today's settlement ended in no deal.
The story goes back to April 2020 when Luck sued McMahonafter the XFL shut down, claiming the WWE Chairman and former XFL owner wrongfully terminated his contract. McMahon and Alpha Entertainment argued Luck violated his contract and was insubordinate, which gave McMahon the right to release him from his contract and absolve their obligation to pay out his contract.
A trial date will be set for next month.
A settlement conference in the Oliver Luck litigation against Vince Mcmahon over compensation from Luck’s time running the XFL lasted nine minutes, according to the court docket. A trial is scheduled next month— Daniel Kaplan (@KaplanSportsBiz) June 15, 2022
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