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The two companies are suing each other over a 2016 publishing agreement
Just one of many companies the studio has sued over hacks
Publisher claims the state body didn't properly investigate claims
Case was previously dismissed without prejudice last November
Judge claims that the firm could not have predicted the negative outcome
Final hearing to be held on March 29th
And it seemingly isn't aware of any legal action it is facing
Firm taking EngineOwning to court for making a variety of exploits for Call of Duty games
Mostly because it would have been expensive and long to continue fighting the case
But the $18 million settlement is yet to be approved
“Should a consensus be reached with regard to the conditions of the potential settlement, the parties will file for its approval by the Court"
Legal rep says that $18m set aside is "woefully inadequate"
Things aren't looking so good for the deal now
Case dismissed without prejudice, meaning that the studio can file an amended complaint
Firm asked for a stay to investigate potential ethics violations