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Court rules in favor of Min Hee Jin’s injunction request against HYBE


Court rules in favor of Min Hee Jin’s injunction request against HYBE

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Min Hee Jin has won her injunction request against HYBE.

On May 30, reports revealed the 50th Civil Affairs Division of the Seoul Central District Court ruled in favor of Min Hee Jin, which means she’ll continue her role as the CEO of ADOR for the foreseeable future. As she’s won her injunction, HYBE will be unable to exercise its voting rights on Min Hee Jin’s proposed dismissal at their upcoming shareholders meeting scheduled for the 31st.

If her injunction had not been accepted, HYBE could have used its 80% shareholder rights to force Min Hee Jin to step down from her position as CEO of NewJeans‘ label ADOR. It’s reported HYBE submitted Min Hee Jin’s dismissal as a proposal to consider at the shareholders meeting, and a new board of directors for ADOR has already been nominated. However, if HYBE replaces ADOR’s board of directors as reported, Min Hee Jin is expected to face considerable restraints in terms of management.

Netizens commented, “I’m so relieved. Please stay with NewJeans for 100 years,” “HYBE was attacking her without any evidence,” “Those who said she had no chance of winning didn’t know what they were talking about. Min Hee Jin didn’t win because of emotions. She won because of her contract,” and more. 

Stay tuned for updates.  

SEE ALSO: HYBE responds to court ruling in favor of Min Hee Jin

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