All of us are *still* waiting for a decision on the West Coast Productions v. Does 1-5829 case.

[7/10 Update: As of this morning, there is *still* no new activity in this case.  I will continue to monitor the docket, and as soon as I see anything, I will be sure to post about it.]

A lot of people have been asking about the West Coast Productions v. Does 1-5829 case (1:11-cv-00057-CKK) in the US District Court for the District of Columbia. As per our most recent article on the case, the deadline for Judge Kollar-Kotelly’s 5/11 Order (Doc. #72 in the case docket) requiring all remaining defendants be named and served or dismissed by June 30th has passed and there has yet to be a decision.

I will post an article on this site as soon as a decision has been rendered. For those of you that will be dismissed, allow me to congratulate you now.  For those of you that may remain defendants (if a dismissal does not occur or should the case continue on), should you realize that you still need an attorney, you may schedule an appointment for me to answer questions about your case at http://www.cashmanlawfirm.com.

3 thoughts on “All of us are *still* waiting for a decision on the West Coast Productions v. Does 1-5829 case.”

  1. There is an update as of 7/11/11
    ORDER. This action is DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE with respect to the John Doe Defendants identified in the Appendix attached to this Order. By July 15, 2011, Plaintiff shall file a Status Report that indicates: (a) which of the John Doe Defendants have been dismissed; (b) which of the John Doe Defendants have been identified as of July 1, 2011; (c) which John Doe Defendants remain the subjects of pending subpoenas; and (d) which John Doe Defendants cannot be named due to lack of available information from an ISP. By July 29, 2011, Plaintiff shall cause process to be served on all John Doe Defendants who have been identified by Plaintiff as of July 1, 2011 or who cannot be named due to lack of available information from an ISP, or risk mandatory dismissal with respect to those defendants pursuant to Rule 4(m). Plaintiff shall file proof of service as to these defendants by no later than August 3, 2011. Plaintiff’s 129 Motion for Extension of Time to Name and Serve Defendants is GRANTED. The deadline to serve all other defendants shall be extended to August 15, 2011. Signed by Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly on July 11, 2011. (lcckk1) (Entered: 07/11/2011)

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