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Re: Dismissal with prejudice is normal

From: Tim Smith
Subject: Re: Dismissal with prejudice is normal
Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2008 14:31:50 -0700
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In article <>,
 Alexander Terekhov <> wrote:
> > What's the point?  Verizon's subcontractor made the source available:
> What does that have to do with the lawsuit against Verizon? Actiontec is
> not a party to that "settled" lawsuit to begin with. SFLC sued Verizon,
> not Actiontec.

How do you know the settlement wasn't that Verizon would have their 
subcontractor, Actiontec, make the code available?

> > 
> >    <>
> The code was made available by Actiontec prior to lawsuit. Yet SFLC sued
> Verizon.

It wasn't on that page in August 2007.  The suit was filed in December 
2007.  The Internet Archive doesn't have any copies of the page between 
August 2007 and today, but the item on the page for the code says it was 
released in January, 2008, which is well after the suit was filed.

Thus, it appears that source was not available, then SFLC sued, then 
source became available, and SFLC dropped the suit.

--Tim Smith

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