Autoadmit Litigation Update
posted by Dave Hoffman
Keker & Van Nest has responded to ““AK47′s” motion to quash the subpoena seeking information about his identity. Looks like we’ll soon be seeing some exposure of the Autoadmit posters. As Mark Randazza puts it:
I must say that it was a whole lot of overkill. The same thing could have been accomplished in a one-line opposition “the issue is moot.” Apparently, AT&T has already outed AK47. Accordingly, the 29 page opposition is a bit puzzling.
My guess is that KVN must be using this case as a “training exercise” for its younger attorneys. Otherwise, I can’t see why they would be going to the wasteful lengths they have thus far.
While you are over at Mark’s blog, be sure to download the letter allegedly sent by this defendant to the plaintiffs.