Electric Penguins settle row
MEMBERS of "an acclaimed band", the Electric Penguins, have settled a row among themselves, the High Court was told yesterday.
The judge heard the group now consisted of duo Paul Murphy and Mark Cummins following a break-up in which another member, Sean Quinn, had left three years ago.
Mr Murphy and Mr Cummins had gone to the High Court in June and obtained a temporary injunction against Mr Quinn, of Lakelands, Rathfarnham, Dublin. It restrained him from making what Mr Murphy and Mr Cummins claimed to be false allegations that the band was involved in copyright infringement.
That injunction was discharged yesterday as part of the settlement and the whole case was struck out.