No Doubt's long running legal battle with computer game developers Activision will culminate in a court case later this year.
The dispute dates back to 2009 after Gwen Stefani and her band took exception to their image being used in the game without permission. Stefani is said to have taken exception to the ability for gamers to use her avatar to sing male songs, calling it a "virtual karaoke circus act."
Activision tried, and failed, to have the case thrown out of court in 2010 with an LA judge handing an October 15th date for the hearing later this year.
No Doubt lawyer Bert Deixler also claimed that Activision hired actors to create dance moves for the animated members of No Doubt to perform that the real version had never used.
Activision have counter-sued No Doubt, claiming that they did not pay due diligence to the nature of the game they signed up to appear in before agreeing to the deal.
Meanwhile, No Doubt are currently staging a comeback and recently released 'Settle Down', their first new single in ten years.
Photos: No Doubt perform live on Good Morning America