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Court asked to step in after Righthaven refuses to comply with auction

Vegas Inc. reports that Randazza Legal Group attorneys are seeking an order enforcing the auction of Righthaven’s intellectual property after the company refused to turn over its copyrights to a court-appointed receiver on Dec. 19, 2011. The article states:

After Righthaven didn’t comply by the close of business Monday, the deadline for compliance, Hoehn’s attorneys at Randazza Legal Group filed a new motion for a “writ of body attachment” asking that Righthaven CEO Steven Gibson and his wife, Raisha “Drizzle” Gibson, a Righthaven officer, be forced to appear in court by U.S. Marshals so they can execute the copyright transfers to the receiver at the threat of being held in contempt of court.

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