Avrahami v US News

Defendant's Response To Plaintiff's Motion For Summary Judgment


US News' response to motion for summary judgment. US News asserts that Avrahami's motion is "procedurally groundless and wholly devoid of factual support". As with the protective order motion, it becomes clear that both sides are being tricky - Avrahami is filing for relief that is not available in the court in question (simply to get press coverage, according to USNWR), and USNWR's case is actually fairly weak, and they are relying on procedural nitpicks at this point. From Avrahami v. USNWR, in the General District Court of Arlington Co., VA. (Civil Action 95-7479)

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Reference Info:Legal Memoranda: Motions for Summary Judgment/Adjudication | State, 4th Circuit, Virginia | United States

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