eDrop-Off Corri McFadden California and Illinois Lawsuit Dockets
10 September 2012
Over the past months we've noticed an unusually large number of hits regarding two lawsuits:
- eDrop Off Chicago LLC et al v. Nancy R Burke et al
- eDrop-Off Chicago LLC et al v. Burke et al
- United States District Court - Northern District of Illinois
- eDrop-Off Chicago LLC
- Corri McFadden
- Nancy R Burke
- Midley, Inc. doing business as PurseBlog.com
Hits happen when various articles 1 are written about eBay INC sellers and their legal proceedings.
Yesterday we looked up the cases on PACER to check their progress The brief version: The cases are ongoing.
The short non-lawyer version:
- "Action is stayed pending resolution of the Los Angeles case." 07/24/2012
- "Claims against Nancy Burke are dismissed." 07/10/2012
- "Ms. Burke is dismissed with prejudice." 07/24/2012
- Plaintiff (eDrop-Off, Corri McFadden) is maneuvering to block Defendant's (Midley, Inc.) anti-SLAPP move, and reverse the drop case denial.
- "APPLICATION for Leave to File Amicus Curiae Brief In Support Of Defendant
Midley's Special Motion to Strike the Plaintiffs' Complaint filed by Amicus Curiae
Electronic Frontier Foundation." 07/16/2012
- Discovery motions filed.
- The case has moved to the settlement phase; "Parties are referred to Magistrate Judge
Fernando M. Olguin for settlement." Note this discussion is part of the legal process, and does not mean a settlement has been reached.
- Dismissed without prejudice; "NOTICE OF DISMISSAL filed by Plaintiff eDrop Off Chicago LLC, Corri McFadden pursuant to FRCP 41a(1) as to Nancy R Burke, Does." 05/12/2012
For the longer version of the legal proceedings, here are PDF copies of the court dockets:
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"To the extent Plaintiffs complain about the risk of inconsistent judgments and duplicative litigation, they have only themselves (and, perhaps, a fast-acting defendant) to blame. It is up to Plaintiffs to determine how to smooth out the creases in the bed they made."
George H. Wu, United States District Judge
Case 2:12-cv-04095-GW-FMO Document 42-1 Filed 06/12/12
eDrop Off Chicago LLC et al v. Nancy R Burke et al