Prenda Principle Paul’s Property Seized to Pay Bankruptcy Debts

It’s not been a good year for Paul Hansmeier, the Prenda attorney-turned-“ADA Champion”. He’s been hit with counter-claims on his Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) lawsuits which claim thousands in damages from local companies despite no actual issues. This was followed in May by an appeal hearing on Judge Wright’s infamous Star Trek order where […]
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Judge Calls Prenda an “Ingenious Crooked Extortionate Operation”

Today was the long-awaited appeals court hearing in the ongoing Prenda saga. Almost exactly two years after Judge Otis Wright went sci-fi on Prenda and its principles, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals held an appeals hearing requested by Prenda on the sanctions, and it was not a pretty day for Prenda. Today was the […]
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Dragon Con Panels 2014

Yes, it’s that time again. Time to post the annual list of panels I’m doing this year at Dragon Con. Now things are a little different as well this year, as I’m no longer just ‘Junior Minion’ on the track, I’m now the Electronic Frontier Forums track Assistant Director. Basically means I have to sit […]
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[LIVE] Cooper Vs Prenda – Signature Special!

I know I’ve been quiet, but there’s been a lot of work going on. Enough about me though, on with the liveblog. Today’s hearing is in AF Holdings V Does, and takes place in lovely Minneapolis. Judge Franklin Noel has called the hearing to deal with evidentiary matters, in Courtroom 9W, U.S. Courthouse, 300 South Fourth […]
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[LIVE] Prenda Navasca evidence hearing Liveblog

Ok, bit late setting this up, but it’s an evidentiary hearing in eureka, for the Navasca case. I’ll add some more text afterwards, but here’s a link to the court order for the hearing. Ok, bit late setting this up, but it’s an evidentiary hearing in eureka, for the Navasca case. I’ll add some more […]
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Dragon Con 2013 Panels

Carrying on my tradition of increasing the number of panels this year, I’ll be doing 7. (At least I broke the patern of doubling each year – that would have become unweildy in 2015) so if you miss me at one, you can catch me at another. Not that I’m going to speak on the […]
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