As a follow-up to our previous post, there has been a minor development in the Maverick Entertainment Group v. Does case (Case No. 1:10-cv-00569 in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia). In short, the plaintiff attorneys have dismissed 44 defendants.
It appears that all of the dismissals were Verizon customers. Just as with the Call of the Wild dismissals, it appears as if the dismissal was a gesture on the part of the plaintiff attorneys to convince Judge Howell to allow the case to continue. It appears as if she has been moved by their act, as she has granted their request to keep the case alive.
This should be of no surprise to our readers. See here for the list of dismissed IP addresses.
2 thoughts on ““Maverick Entertainment Group” — Minor Case Update”
Could it be any more obvious that the game being played here is the twisting of the legal process simply to get a “mailing list” to send out “pay up or else” letters???
14 people left in the call of the wild case as the plaintiff said they had filed motions, but got them turned down by the judge a month ago. Wonder if the ISPs are also just delaying things or if they are also over loaded by all the motions they get and then must track and have there own attorney check over?