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Re: "News" Verizon calls SFLC bluff

From: rjack
Subject: Re: "News" Verizon calls SFLC bluff
Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2008 19:56:50 -0400
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Linonut wrote:
* rjack peremptorily fired off this memo:

Then why did they bother?  And, if SFLC was at such a disadvantage, why
wouldn't big ol' Verizon just go ahead and let little ol' SFLC take its
beating in court?

Wake up and smell the coffee.

FACT: The SFLC moved to dismiss the action with PREJUDICE against the SFLC's own clients... obviously Verizon objected to a dismissal *without* prejudice so the *only* way SFLC could extricate Andersen and Landley's legal ass was to dismiss *with* PREJUDICE against its own clients frivolous case.

FACT: The utter nonsense about settling with *non-defendant* Actiontec was face saving spin to cover the fact that Verizon ran the SFLC out of court via a dismissal with PREJUDICE.

Rjack :)

--- "[A] breach by one party does not automatically result in rescission of a contract. Id. at 238 ("New York law does not presume the rescission or abandonment of a contract and the party asserting rescission or abandonment has the burden of proving it")."; Atlantis Information Technology, Gmbh v, CA Inc., 2007 WL 1238716 (United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York, 2007). ---

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