Kang Daniel And LM Entertainment’s Court Questioning Date Reportedly Postponed
The date of questioning for Kang Daniel’s request for an injunction against LM Entertainment to suspend his exclusive contract has reportedly been postponed.
On April 4, news outlet YTN Star reported that the Department of Justice decided to postpone the date to question the validity of Kang Daniel’s request for an injunction against his agency. The questioning was originally scheduled to take place on April 5 at 2 p.m. KST.
It is suspected that LM Entertainment made a request for the case to be transferred to a different court, thus resulting in the postponement of the date. The Department of Justice will be reviewing the request to make the final decision.
On March 21, Kang Daniel and his legal representatives accused LM Entertainment of breaching the terms of their contract by signing a joint business contracts with a third party without Kang Daniel’s consent and announced the submission of an injunction against the agency for the suspension of the exclusive contract.
Five days later, LM Entertainment responded to the injunction request made by Kang Daniel and denied the allegations made against the agency, arguing that Kang Daniel’s side made false claims. On the same day, Kang Daniel refuted the arguments of LM Entertainment and provided detailed information on their argument.
On April 3, Dispatch released an exclusive report stating that the conflict between Kang Daniel and LM began because of an entertainment agent in Hong Kong known as “Seol,” to which Kang Daniel’s legal representative responded that the truth will be revealed during the questioning for the injunction.