Google Party Plane Lawsuits Settled

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The legal dispute between Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin and Oklahoma designer Leslie Jennings over the so-called “party plane” has been settled, according to a report in the New York Sun.

The fray began after the Delaware holding company claimed Jennings was overcharging for the estimated $10 million refurbishment of the Boeing 767 airliner, once owned by Qantas. Jennings responded to the charge by placing a $200,000 lien on the aircraft. Both parties sued each other.

Even though Jennings was ordered by the court to not disclose details about the plane to the press because of security concerns, he told his story anyway, giving the layout to the Wall Street Journal. For men with the wealth of Google’s founders, widely-known design plans could be dangerous.

Revelations about a dispute between Brin and Page over a king-sized bed, and quirky requests like ceiling-mounted hammocks and moveable sofas provided endless fodder among Google fan clubs in the blogosphere.

Jennings had to defend himself against charges of contempt of court for ignoring the order last month, which the Sun says led to a settlement that was mutually satisfying.

Google Party Plane Lawsuits Settled
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