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Millenium TGA v. Doe, No. 10 C 5603, Slip Op. (N.D. Ill. Sep. 26, 2011) (Manning, J.). Judge Manning dismissed plaintiff Millenium TGA's case against a Doe defendant identified by its computer IP address ("Doe") for lack of personal jurisdiction. Doe was not an Illinois...
Wednesday. Woden's day. The day between Tyr's day and Thor's day. The middle of the week. Humpday. It's all downhill from here, baby. I've awakened this Humpday with a grab bag of cases, each of moderate interest, but none with enough meat to fully satisfy. So...
Attorney's Appearance For Party in Default, Without Reserving Objections, Waives Objections to Faulty Service and Lack of Personal Jurisdiction: Frederic and Ade v Israel et al.
In a February 9, 2012 decision by Justice Demarest, the court granted a defendant’s motion to vacate an order finding it in default and granted plaintiffs’ cross motion to amend to modify the caption and assert additional claims against that same party – but denied that...
Millennium TGA, Inc. v. Doe, No. 10 C 5603, Slip Op. (N.D. Ill. Aug. 24, 2011) (Manning, J.). Judge Manning held in abeyance Doe defendant's motion to quash a subpoena issued to its alleged internet service provider and Doe's motion to dismiss the case for lack of personal...
Fasteners for Retail, Inc. v. Andersen, No. 11 C 2164 Slip. Op. (N.D. Ill. Aug. 30, 2011) (Kennelly, J.). Judge Kennelly denied defendant Andersen’s motion to dismiss this patent and trade secret case. The Court had personal jurisdiction over Andersen because he worked for defendant K...