Well written article, and good references. I have nothing to add because the article speaks for itself. The comments are just as interesting, especially mentioning Lipscomb’s Hawk Technology Systems, LLC *patent* infringement case. Yes, patent infringement (right down my alley).
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|From Judge Ungaro’s Order|
- Judge Federico Morenoruled that there is no “good cause” to deviate from Rule 26(d), thus denying early discovery in Malibu Media v. John Doe, 14-cv-20216;
- Magistrate Frank Lynch also denied Lipscomb’s motion for ex-parte discovery citing untimely copyright registrations in Malibu Media v. John Doe, 13-cv-14458;
- Magistrate Andrea Simontonrecommended to sanction Lipscomb in Malibu Media v. Pelizzo, 12-cv-22768;
- Judge Ursula Ungarodenied Lipscomb’s routine motion for extension of time to serve the defendant and closed Malibu Media v…
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