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-**FIRST HURDLE** Before ​the case can move forward, the federal judge in the copyright infringement case by Tardigrades developer Anas Abdin challenged his lawyers to come up with evidence that the creators of //Star Trek: Discovery// had ever seen his plans for the unpublished game. {{:​axamonitor-ico.gif?​nolink|}} [[tardigrades_steam|Read more »]] /* (Filed 1/8/19) */+**PLANNING FOR THE WORST?** Just when did OWC pull out of supporting Alec Peters'​ Georgia studio? What's threatening ​the Ares Studios Patreon effort to raise $4,000 a month for the rent? And guess whose warehouse is already listed as available ​for lease? ​{{:​axamonitor-ico.gif?​nolink|}} [[reel trek|Read more »]] /* (Filed 1/21/19) */
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-<wrap em>​UPDATE</​wrap> ​**THIRD TIME'S THE CHARM?** Tardigrade lawyers signal they’re preparing to file third amended legal complaint in the copyright lawsuit against //Star Trek: Discovery// after CBS attorneys sought ​to meet with the judge to lay out their grounds for dismissing ​the case. {{:​axamonitor-ico.gif?​nolink|}} [[tardigrades_pre_motion|Read more »]] /* (Filed 12/5/18) */ +**PATREON PLEA** Having lost his corporate sponsorship from Other World Computing, Axanar producer Alec Peters is making ​$4,000 a month funding plea on Patreon ​to keep his Georgia warehouse afloat as he works to establish ​the facility ​as a working studio. {{:​axamonitor-ico.gif?​nolink|}} [[ares patreon|Read more »]] /* (Filed ​1/19/19) */
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-<fs smaller>​**BATTLE OF THE BLOGGERS** Trekzone’s Matt Miller and Fan Film Factor’s Jonathan Lane square off in the first of three hour-long podcasts. We sum up and analyze their first debate on the impact and history of Axanar. ​ {{:​axamonitor-ico.gif?​nolink|}} [[axanar_debate_1|Read more »]]</​fs>​ /* (Filed 12/12/18) */ \\ +
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-<fs smaller>​**SECOND DEBATE** focuses on AxaMonitor ​as the cause for Star Trek fans' rift. In the second Trekzone podcast, Axanar proponent Jonathan Lane defends the Axanar lawsuit, and blames AxaMonitor for personal attacks. ​  ​{{:​axamonitor-ico.gif?​nolink|}} [[axanar_debate_2|Read more »]]</​fs>​ /* (Filed 12/18/18) */ +
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-<fs smaller>​**FUNDAMENTAL FLAWS** in the Tardigrades copyright case against //Star Trek: Discovery// warrant dismissal, argues ​CBS/Netflix attorney. {{:​axamonitor-ico.gif?​nolink|}} [[breakdown_dismissal_letter|Read more »]] </​fs> ​/* (Filed ​12/5/18) */  +
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