Phish, Inc. v. Knighthood Tees

Reply In Support of Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction

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Defendant Knighthood Tees Reply Memorandum In Support of its Motion to Dismiss argues that (a) defendants did not purposefully interject themselves into the stream of commerce in California, (b) that it would be unduly burdensome to try the case in San Francisco when plaintiffs, defendants and virtually all the witnesses -- more than 20 of them -- resided in Vermont or on the East Coast.

Judge Hamilton granted the motion on the grounds of forum non conveniens, and trasferred the case to the District of Vermont, where Judge Murtha denied then Phish's motion for preliminary injunction in all significant respects.

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Reference Info:Legal Memoranda: Motion Addressed to Pleadings | Federal, 9th Circuit, California | United States


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