Saturday, October 27, 2007

Atlantic v. Howell adjourned, Mr. Howell getting out of town lawyer to represent him

In Atlantic v. Howell, the Arizona case in which a pro se defendant obtained an order vacating the Court's prior order, the Court has adjourned the RIAA's summary judgment motion because Mr. Howell has succeeded in obtaining legal representation from out of town.

Defendant's Motion to Continue*
Order Scheduling Oral Argument for November 30th*

* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation

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2 comments:

bo said...

ray, can you please explain how this is/is not an advantage? pardon the legal ignorance. :)

Ray Beckerman said...

It's a positive that Mr. Howell will have legal counsel to rebut the mountain of doubletalk that is about to be unleashed by Mr. Gabriel.