Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports that Tiger Woods was served at the marina where Privacy was docked to testify in a lawsuit against ETW corporation. Jackson says Woods was set to testify today, Monday March 10th, the day after the WGC Cadillac Championship.
Bruce Matthews, a South Miami resident, and his company (Gotta Have It Golf Inc.) allege that Woods breached a 2001 licensing agreement by not providing a specified number of autographs and photographs.
“Our client is very frustrated that ETW has not lived up to its agreements and that it has taken this long for the matter to be heard in court,” said Eric Isicoff, one of Matthews’ attorneys.
Matthews’ company is seeking $1.75 million plus another $1 million or so in attorney’s fees.
**It appears the same man sued Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods in 2000.