Friday, December 14, 2012

Indiana plaintiff's counsel violates order to file amended complaint under seal; moves to strike

In an Indiana case, Malibu Media v. Does 1-14, plaintiff's counsel violated the Court's order to file the amended complaint under seal, thus disclosing the identities of the named defendants in public records. He has now moved to strike his amended complaint.

Plaintiff's motion to strike his amended complaint

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Ray Beckerman, PC

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

come on ray, the "the paralegal did it!" defense is good enough, isn't it?

And a technical question:
the document says the names where only viewable for the court, not the public.
I don't have Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) login credentials to check myself but do i understand it correctly that the complaint filing itself is NOT accessible in Pacer, one could see in an overview of the documents the names of the does as titles?
In other words: Are the names really out of the bag or are they not??
And if they are, what does pron company lawyer think he can do to undo this thing?
"blitzdings" (german Men in Black reference) the interwebs?