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Korean netizens react to news that FIFTY FIFTY’s case was referred for mediation

Korean netizens react to news that FIFTY FIFTY’s case was referred for mediation

On August 1, the 50th Civil Division (C) of the Seoul Central District Court made the decision to refer the case to mediation, following a lawsuit filed by four members of FIFTY FIFTY against their agency ATTRAKT. The members sought an injunction to suspend the validity of the exclusive contract.

Referral to mediation is a legal procedure aimed at resolving a lawsuit through mutual understanding and agreement between the parties involved. It provides an opportunity for both sides to reach an agreement during the mediation process. In this particular case, where both sides initially took strong stances, the court has taken the initial step in pushing for a resolution through an agreement.

This new phase of mediation referral represents a turning point in the FIFTY FIFTY incident, shifting the focus from litigation towards negotiation and compromise. It presents a chance for both sides to express their concerns, listen to each other’s perspectives, and work towards a mutually beneficial outcome.

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