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The end of this case has finally happened.
What we have here are the settlement documents, which, significantly, are not sealed.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COUR EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSA WESTERN DIVISION
ANSWER TO COMPLAINT
You'll need to grab the PDF file to get all of the information here. There are two exhibits attached to the filing which I didn't OCR.
On page 11 (Page 1 of Exhibit A to the Data License Agreement), you will find what e360 bought a license to: "approximately 40,000,000 records."
On January 21, 2009, e360Insight, LLC, a company well-known to these pages, sued ChoicePoint Precision Marketing, LLC, in an Arkansas state circuit court for breach of contract. e360 claims that ChoicePoint refused to honor a contractual agreement to fully indemnify e360 for its use of ChoicePoint's lists.
On February 26, 2009, ChoicePoint removed the case to federal court.
Here's the scheduling order for the case. It's not difficult to comply with from a time standpoint, but he's also indicating that he will be hard-nosed about the time-line: "This schedule will not be altered/amended."
MINUTE entry before the Honorable David H. Coar:
After denying e360's attempt to reboot this case, Judge Zagel decided to review all of the non-routine matters (in other words, substantive rulings). The following is his decision concerning the merits of e360's request to get a mulligan: "Having reviewed each of these rulings, the court finds no compelling reason to revisit them.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
JOHN W. FERRON,
E360Insight, LLC, et al.,
STATUS REPORT OF THE PARTIES REGARDING SETTLEMENT
Can you say "grounds for appeal"?
I knew you could.
Judge Coar has denied e360's request to give the case a reboot. I think it's a good call on his part, but you can be certain that e360 will seek to get this decision overturned, probably in an interlocutory appeal.
Here is e360's counter-argument to Comcast's response to their request that this case receive a reboot.
Here's Comcast's response to e360's attempt to revive the dead corpse of its case against Comcast.
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