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Cooley Law School vs John Does

Amicus Brief on behalf of Various Print & Internet Media Outlets

This amicus brief is filed on behalf of various print and Internet media outlets in Michigan on behalf of the defendant, John Doe, an anonymous blogger that has leveled harsh criticism against the Thomas M. Cooley Law School...more

Cooley Law School vs John Does

John Doe's Application for Leave to Appeal Lower Court's Denial of Motion to Quash Subpoena

This is the application for leave to appeal from the lower court's denial of defendant, the anonymous "John Doe"'s motion to quash Cooley Law School's subpoena for information that would rip the mask from the anonymous...more

EFF Challenges Subpoenas to ISPs for Identities of Anonymous Posters

On July 14, 2010, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), a group that defends the privacy and online rights of computer and Internet users, served a motion to quash two dragnet subpoenas issued by the plaintiffs in a...more

Hersh v. Cohen, et al.

Notice of Motion To Quash & Affirmation In Support of Motion To Quash

EFF has served a motion to quash dragnet subpoenas that put privacy and anonymity at risk for the operators of dozens of Internet blogs and potentially hundreds of commenters. The subpoenas stem from a state lawsuit filed...more

Hersh v. Cohen, et al.

Memorandum of Law In Support of Motion To Quash

EFF has served a motion to quash dragnet subpoenas that put privacy and anonymity at risk for the operators of dozens of Internet blogs and potentially hundreds of commenters. The subpoenas stem from a state lawsuit filed...more

Hersh v. Cohen, et al.

Subpoena Duces Tecum To Yahoo! Inc.

EFF has served a motion to quash dragnet subpoenas that put privacy and anonymity at risk for the operators of dozens of Internet blogs and potentially hundreds of commenters. The subpoenas stem from a state lawsuit filed...more

Hersh v. Cohen, et al.

Subpoena Duces Tecum To Google Inc.

EFF has served a motion to quash dragnet subpoenas that put privacy and anonymity at risk for the operators of dozens of Internet blogs and potentially hundreds of commenters. The subpoenas stem from a state lawsuit filed...more

Parsa Law Group, APC, v. Bad Biz Finder, et al.

Letter requesting removal of an allegedly defamatory blog comment

In response to an article on my blog about the bankruptcy loan modification bill that was recently defeated, I received a comment from someone calling herself "Bad Biz Finder". The commenter accused the Parsa Law Group, a...more

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