I go over the parties’ cross-motions for Summary Judgment.
The Digital Homicide lawsuit against Jim Sterling has finally been dismissed for good! I go over how and why there’s more to it than just the dismissal.
Let’s talk about the DMCA takedown that SidAlpha received from Dentola Studios after making a video criticizing their games.
This video was shot quickly and edited quickly, so I apologize in advance for some of the liberties I’ve taken with both.
Hello everyone! This week I have yet another update for you in the Matt Hoss v. h3h3 lawsuit.
In this episode, I’ll go over the mistake that allowed Matt Hoss’ to temporarily win a Motion to Compel, that is, a request for a court order forcing the Kleins to turn over all sorts of documents related to their Youtube channel.
It’s very complicated, which turns out to be a great example of how federal civil procedure works.
Next time, I’ll go over the TWO motions for judgement on the pleadings that were filed, what that is, and why they were denied. And, of course, whatever else happens in the mean time.
The Jim Sterling Motion to Dismiss was partially granted on Friday the 13th of January, 2017. I discuss.