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P2P Shakedown Blasted by Judge

P2P Shakedown Blasted by Judge

Another mass porn downloading lawsuit is dismissed after a judge realized that the plaintiffs were voluntarily dismissing all of the defendants that went to court to defend themselves. The plaintiffs were only using the court-ordered subpoenas as a method to extort settlements from people not willing to make the trip to court.

Ken Liao

After graduating from NYU in 2006, Ken worked at Memorial Sloan-Kettering doing Cancer Genetics research for two years. He then got engaged and looked for more lucrative opportunities and has been working in IT on Wall Street since. Ken is a Fordham Law evening student graduating in 2014.