Back in November 2005, when the suit was first filed, a Great Wolf spokesperson stated:
We believe this suit has no merit, and we intend to vigorously defend it.Readers may recall that both Bruce Carton and I have previously noted the uniform choice of the "vigorous defense" language in corporate press releases. This is the first instance that I can recall where the company's self-professed "vigorous defense" was successful. The wire services have been alerted and are now prepared for the avalanche of these releases that will surely follow.
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Lead counsel in the case was Schiffrin & Barroway, LLP.