AF Holdings V Patel Crowdfunder Launched

Many of you have heard of the case AF Holdings V Patel. If not, let me remind you that it was the case I was present at in July. At this point, the case against Patel has been dropped, but it’s now about fees and costs. To that end, discovery has been granted in this […]
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Prenda Wants it Both Ways in Arizona

Recently, we had a liveblog event concerning a Prenda hearing in Arizona. That case, AF Holdings v David Harris, is one of the many on-going where the judge is starting to ask some ‘pointed’ questions. In particular, Friday’s hearing was to ask a certain list of questions, which are listed to the side. In a […]
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LIVEBLOG Prenda in Arizona – Who Will Go Full-Arpaio?

Ok, as requested, a liveblog for the hearing AF Holdings v Harris, a case being heard today in Arizona. I’m going to be a little cheeky and steal a little from DTD, but there are a number of questions that seem to be asked today, you can find them, and the Order, below the liveblog. […]
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LIVEBLOG – Prenda’s Wright Old Time

Here we are again ladies and gentlemen. We had the liveblog going for the 12-minute hearing, and that was popular, despite the lack of real action there. Naturally, I couldn’t run one for the Georgia hearing last week, but we’ve got another hearing elsewhere, so here it is. Here we are again ladies and gentlemen. […]
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AF Holdings v. Patel – The View From the Courtroom

This is based off personal recollection, and intended to paint a picture while being as objective and accurate as possible. Opinions stated are mine alone and do not constitute the views of TorrentFreak, Mr Patel, Mr Chintella, or any other party. If there are error, please contact me to correct them. July 2nd, 2013, and […]
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LiveBlog – Prenda’s “Good Old Fashioned Bench Slapping”

Many are aware of the impending courtroom dustup in the Prenda case. For those that aren’t, here’s the worlds briefest precis (from the worlds most longwinded blogger). Prenda and a slew of other companies are the creation of half a dozen people, (mostly lawyers, but some are imaginary). These companies try to sue people under copyright […]
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