Former Star Trek Online developer Perpetual Entertainment has filed a response to PR firm Kohnke Communications' lawsuit against the studio, dismissing the suit as "vague, uncertain, ambiguous and unintelligible", according to Kotaku.
Perpetual: Kohnke Suit "Ambiguous, Unintelligible"
Filed in December, Kohnke's lawsuit alleges that the firm is owed nearly $300,000 for its work promoting Gods & Heroes: Rome Rising (PC), which was cancelled last November.
Perpetual's response outlines and refutes Kohnke's 13 claims against them, and asks the judge to dismiss the original suit and force Kohnke to pay their legal fees. Kotaku did not expand upon the full breadth of Perpetual's filing, but suggested that the response was a rejection of the suit and little else.
A representative of Kohnke Communications was reached for comment, but has not yet responded.