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Axanar Defense Response to Plaintiffs’ Request for Ex Parte Relief
So the Axanar Defense Response came in quickly (the parties were under a strict deadline!). And as expected, the response drags on but defense had to do it right quick. So as always, we’ll go through it line by line. It’s huge – sorry! Furthermore, this post is the sequel to the plaintiffs’ ex parte application for an order and the David Grossman declaration and exhibits.
Axanar Defense Response
First of all, as always, we start with a good old cover page.
Because this matter has been hashed out and picked over several times, I am going to try to just go with the highlights. And the argument regarding procedural impropriety is nothing new.
So then on this page, defense reiterates the facts of the matter and the circumstances leading up to her filing this particular response.
And this page makes some legal arguments regarding ex parte applications (spoiler alert: plaintiffs received almost everything they requested).
So I realize I am rushing through this but in all seriousness, this ground has already been covered in the prior blog posts.
So then on this page, defense argues the ex parte application is moot.