Quoted from Concretehardt:
Still curious on how the lawsuits goes forward with the potential conflict of intrest of those suing who have received their games.
I don't understand how there can be a conflict of interest. At least not based on the current legal status (i.e., no bankruptcy).
MG, RAZA and AIW buyers were all in the same boat legally: they paid money for a product that they didn't receive in a timely manner. So there is no conflict of interest.
Now that MG has been delivered to owners, any litigant who was suing based only on not getting a MG would presumably no longer be part of the civil lawsuit (so obviously still no conflict of interest).
The only potential conflict of interest that I see would be if the case winds up in BK Court via an involuntary petition, and the attorney was representing both MG and RAZA/AIW buyers. The conflict would be due to the fact that MG owners have received their pins, so they would not want an involuntary petition filed as there may be some risk of their MG's being considered preferential transfers. But again, if they got their MG, why would they be part of a lawsuit any longer?
The more interesting question arises for those who have paid money for MG *and* RAZA/AIW. If you got your MG but are still owed a RAZA/AIW, you can still be litigating a case against JPop, but you might want to reconsider the filing of an involuntary BK petition...at least at this stage, as you could actually wind up screwing yourself.
Interesting conundrum for people in that situation.