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Cliff with Laser Interceptor wins small battle in a legal war.

Posted on May 12, 2010 at 9:00 AM

Since September 15th, 2009, Laser Interceptor USA has been trying to change the court location of the largest laser jammer legal battle in history.  The change of venue is very important to Laser Interceptor because of the costs involved in flying to New York all the time.  Clifford Crane filed for the motion on this 22nd day.  I thought something was up because I wasn't able to locate the court case in New York's database.  What could have happend?  It then dawned on me Cliff must have won his motion to have the case put next to his house...okay the state of Florida at least.  On the 29th of April the court granted Cliff's change of venue request.  The details are in the pudding below:


4/29/2010 19 Case transferred in from New York Southern; Case Number 1:09-cv-07450. Original file certified copy of transfer order and docket sheet received. (Entered: 04/29/2010) 4/22/2010 18 ORDER granting 7 Motion to Change Venue. The Defendants' motion totransfer venue to the Middle District of Florida is GRANTED. The Clerk of the Court is directed to transfer the Complaint and file to the Middle District of Florida and to close the case on the docket of this Court.(Signed by Judge Barbara S. Jones on 4/21/2010) (jar) [Transferred from nysd on 4/29/2010.] (Entered: 04/22/2010)


4/22/2010

CASE TRANSFERRED OUT ELECTRONICALLY from the U.S.D.C. Southern District of New York to the United States District Court - Middle District of Florida. (tro) [Transferred from nysd on 4/29/2010.] (Entered: 04/29/2010) 4/22/2010

Transmission to Docket Assistant Clerk. Transmitted re: 18 Order on Motion to Change Venue, to the Docket Assistant Clerk for case processing. (jar) [Transferred from nysd on 4/29/2010.] (Entered: 04/22/2010)


What does all this mean?  Laser Interceptor USA LLC will have more money to spend on attorney's than airfare to the great state of New York.


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- Chris



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