Wednesday, October 03, 2007

3 New Brooklyn Defendants Fight Back, Challenge complaint, counterclaim for Trespass, Fraud, Deceptive Business Practices, Declaratory Judgments

In three new contested cases in federal court in Brooklyn, the defendants have raised the insufficiency of the complaint, under Interscope v. Rodriguez and Bell Atlantic v. Twombly, and have counterclaimed against the plaintiffs for trespass, computer fraud and abuse, deceptive trade practices, and for declaratory judgments of non-infringement.

Answer and Counterclaims in UMG v. Guin*
Answer and Counterclaims in UMG v. Hernandez*
Answer and Counterclaims in Warner v. Attal*

All three defendants are represented by Jaime Lathrop of Brooklyn, New York.

* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation

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