Case of the Day: Dish Networks v. Reich

The case of the day is Dish Networks LLC v. Reich (S.D. Fla. 2020). Dish Network and Nagrastar LLC sued Robert Reich, alleging that he had illegally broadcast their satellite programming to customers in Belize. They served process via a process server, who personally served the papers on Reich (at least according to his affidavit—Reich claims that the papers were served on his wife, but I will ignore the factual dispute here). Reich moved to dismiss for insufficient service of process. (more…)

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Case of the Day: MyECheck v. Titan

The case of the day is MyECheck, Inc. v. Titan International Securities, Inc. (E.D. Cal. 2016). MyECheck claimed that it was the victim of a securities fraud perpetrated by Titan and Sweetsun Intertrade, Inc., both located in Belize. MyECheck served process by having a Belizean lawyer serve the documents on the defendants’ registered agents. After they failed to answer, it sought a default judgment.
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