Francis Rosas will know today whether he can start work at TeleOnce or wait for the trial to end on its merits, in response to the lawsuit brought by Sunshine Logroño and Gilda Santini, under Producciones Sanco Inc. and Miranda LS, for breach of contract, damages and contractual interference.
The virtual hearing is led by Chief Justice Alfonso Martinez Biovanetti, of the San Juan District Court.
At the video hearing, it will be “determined whether or not the award of initial relief to an injunction is appropriate, which can be combined with a judgment on its merits.”
“This is for the main purpose of determining whether the injunction requested by the plaintiff was issued in order to prevent the other defendant, Francis Rosas Flores, from providing his personal services as an actor and television talent to third parties until October 31, 2022 (when with the expiration of Logroño and Santini),” The request reads.
Rosas will be represented by Alberto Estrella and Hector Santiago, joined by Vanessa Carballido.
On June 11, the comedian reported his jump to TeleOnce and his exit from The Plaintiffs productions, which he has worked on for nearly 15 years. While on July 2, Logroño and Santini filed the lawsuit, also asking for $100,000.
The judge also cautioned that the parties must appear willing to hold an evidentiary hearing, where it will be clarified whether the compensation requested by the plaintiff has been awarded.