1st Technology LLC v. Bodog Entertainment Group S.A., et al.

Order Granting Alt. Service


Court order granting leave to effect service of a Motion for Contempt.

These are post-judgment activities seeking to enforce a judgment against Bodog. Bodog failed to respond to discovery and its counsel sought to withdraw. Plaintiff sought to require attendance of a corporate representative at the civil contempt hearing (to offer justification for Defendants' non-compliance with the court's orders).

The court grants Plaintiff's motion, allows service of the motion via counsel for Bodog (and alternate means) and requires attendance of a corporate officer/representative at an upcoming hearing.

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Reference Info:Decision | Federal, 9th Circuit, Nevada | United States

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