Prevarication Du Jour

ftrrnews201310111937ZCutting my own deal am I? Well, Gentle Reader, I did offer Brett Kimberlin a cheap way out of his Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. lawsuit. He opted not to settle, so my lawyer has filed an answer to his complaint.

I have no intention of conducting my defense of the suit on the Internet, but items filed as part of the court docket become public documents unless they are sealed. Since anyone who goes to the courthouse can get a copy of a docket item for fifty cents per page and since the truth is on my side, I will, at least for the time being, post my filings to save folks the trip. I’ll delay the postings to allow time for any other party to receive service before anything appears online.

I do not plan to have any comments on filings when I post them. To do so could give away information on my counsel’s legal strategy which would be useful to the other side.

4 thoughts on “Prevarication Du Jour

  1. At this point in time, Kimberlin probably figures it’s likely that:
    – You guys will be inconvenienced for a little while longer
    – The suit will get dismissed
    – He’ll keep on doing what he’s doing, which may include annoying you in other ways

    Wonder if he has an inkling of how badly he miscalculated.

  2. I figure right now it is all about jacking up costs…and finding out who KU is. He is also probably hoping for discovery to begin…so he can refuse to give his while getting yours like in the Walker v Kimberlin cases.

  3. Wow, miss a little, miss a lot. Bill is really going off the rails over your attorney. Nice to see that just a few days before he needs to be in court he is spending all this energy trying to discredit your attorney in a completely unrelated matter.

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