[QUOTE=Zod;2769357]lol… rule #1, if your company is die a slow death because of litigation, close the company, start a new one, and make the lawyers start from scratch… lol[/QUOTE]
Slysoft was plan B and Redfox plan C. I’m sure they already have plans D & E ready to go.
This is an interesting modern variation on a tried & trusted business practice, as used by the sort of companies trying to sue them.
Traditional businesses of all sizes & types are regularly closing down, entering pre-planned liquidation, then instantly re-appearing as a new company with the same old owners & assets… but free of the previous company’s debt.
They’re not even the first to do so to avoid a lawsuit. The big boys have been doing that as well for decades.