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Jan 6th, 2023

Tigers swerves service of subpoena in LIV court case

Woods has yet to accept the request from lawyers

Over the last weeks, Larry Klayman, lead counsel and plaintiff in a class action against the PGA Tour and others, has attempted to serve Tiger Woods with a subpoena for deposition.

Klayman's lawsuit claims an anticompetitive scheme to restrain trade through monopolization, attempted monopolization, group boycotts and other antitrust violations to destroy the new LIV Golf Tour and its players to the detriment of golf fans in Florida.
While two other alleged conspirators in this anticompetitive scheme, Rory McIlroy and David Love III, have been served, Tiger Woods, one of the alleged principal players enlisted by the PGA Tour to harm LIV Golf and its players, has evaded service of process.
Larry Klayman had this to say about these important depositions:
"Mr. Woods, like all parties and deponents in this case, will be treated with respect. However, as of today, it would appear that Mr. Woods has little respect for our legal right to depose him. Accepting service for depositions is common practice and Mr. Woods is no different than any other American and has no reason to keep denying service. Given his prior experiences with the law, this is unfortunate. As of today, the process server has attempted five (5) different times and Mr. Woods has not made himself available to accept service or have someone else accept service on his behalf. Stay tuned for more updates."
This one is going to run and run!

TAGS: LIV Golf, Tiger Woods, 2023, News