*** Update – 8 Oct 11 ***
Well one of the Doe in this case sent me a copy of a court order on this case. The order Baseprotect_03621_NJ_CourOrdert states that Plaintiff has withdrawn the subpoena on this case and is required to serve the movant with a copy of the order. The order mention one specific IP address that filed a motion to quash. I haven’t looked at PACER to determine what exactly happened, but something is up . I’m not sure if the withdrawal of the subpoena is for all Does or just the one on this order.
Anyone following this case right now?
Well I spent a little time tailoring this motion to quash and motion to dismiss. It even have three exhibits attached to it. It is for Baseprotect UG, LTD., v. Does 1-X (New Jersey), Case No. 2:11-cv-03621-CCC-JAD, The McDaniel Law Firm. Actually there is 1449 Does listed in this one. It was kind of a pain in the #$%! to get all the date/time/IP listing into a spreadsheet so I could filter and graph it.
Please take a look and give me some feedback. 🙂
Exhibit A to the motion – graph1
Exhibit B to the motion – IPAddress1
Exhibit C to the motion – GeoIP1
For those Does where Plaintiff has your information already, just tailor it to be a motion to dismiss (not to quash).