Fifty Fifty immediately appealed a court ruling that denied their request to suspend their exclusive contract with their agency, Attrakt. The Group believes that Attrakt has breached the terms of their contract and that they have a strong case. They also plan to file a lawsuit against Attrakt on the merits of the case. Read More – Petition for ‘Fifty Fifty Act’ to prevent tampering of K-pop idols filed
Fifty Fifty’s legal representative, Barun Law Firm, said in a statement that the court’s decision to dismiss the request for a provisional injunction was “wrong.” The firm said that the court “failed to consider important evidence” and that the decision was “based on a misunderstanding of the law.”
The firm also said that Fifty Fifty is “committed to fighting for their rights in court.” The group plans to “continue to cooperate with the legal process” and “pursue all available remedies.