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Re: The Busybox/ 'won' in court (default judgment) --

From: Hyman Rosen
Subject: Re: The Busybox/ 'won' in court (default judgment) -- where is the press release and all the buzz?
Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2008 09:35:18 -0400
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Alexander Terekhov wrote:
Interesting insights on SFLC racket tactic...

The SFLC filed for four weeks worth of extensions while
they were negotiating. That they didn't make it six only
constitutes a racket in your imagination. They're still
negotiating, and from this same document, it appears that
we will have the same result as always - the defendants
will make the source code available and the case will be

The real lesson to be learned form this document is that when
you are sued, it's your job to hire a lawyer, and not to rely
on the good graces of the other party. That response to the
complaint you posted should have been filed immediately, good
faith negotiations or not.

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