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33rd America's CupalinghiBMW Oracle

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Two legal actions initiated before the start of the 33rd America's Cup are still ongoing, despite the winning of the trophy by BMW Oracle Racing in mid-February.
The Breach of Fiduciary Duty action leveled at the Defender, Societe Nautique de Geneve, and Alinghi team boss, Ernesto Bertarelli is due to have a response to the action lodged by the Challenger, Golden Gate Yacht Club by 8 March.
The second action relating to Constructed in Country issues, specifically that Alinghi 5 should not have been allowed to use sails built in Minden, Nevada is due back in the New York Supreme Court on 10 March.
Both actions could be wiped if the parties agreed on a basis of settlement before these dates, an issue that Sail-World has been advised is 'under discussion'.
At the final Media Conference for the 33rd America's Cup, both side were asked their position on the Court actions.
Both Ernesto Bertarelli and skipper, Brad Butterworth, made it plain that they would not be entering the 34th America's Cup while they were being sued by the new Defender.
source: Richard Gladwell in www.sail-world.com

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