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SEC v 8000 Inc Et Al Doc 11 Filed 07 Jan 13

SEC v 8000 Inc Et Al Doc 11 Filed 07 Jan 13

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AO 398 (Rev. 01109) Notice or a Lawsuit and Request to Waive Service of a Summons
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for theSouthern
Securities and Exchange Commission
Plaintiff 
V.
8000, Inc., et at
 Defendant 
District of New York Civil Action No. 12cv7261
NOTICE OF A LAWSUIT AND REQUEST TO WAIVE SERVICE OF A SUMMONS
To:
8000, Inc., do Jonathan Bryant
(Name
of t 
he defendant or - if the defendant is a corporation. partnership. or association - an
officer 
or agent authorized to
re
ceive se
rv
i
ce
)
Why are you getting this?
A lawsuit has been filed against you, or the entity you represent, in this court under the number shown above. Acopy of the complaint is attached.This is not a summons, or an official notice from the court. It is a request that, to avoid expenses, you waive formalservice of a summons by signing and returning the enclosed waiver. To avoid these expenses, you must return the signed
waiver within 60
days
(give
at
least 30 days. or at least 60 days if the defendant is outside any judicial district of the United States)
from the date shown below, which is the date this notice was sent. Two copies of the waiver form are enclosed, along with astamped, self-addressed envelope or other prepaid means for returning one copy. You may keep the other copy.
What happens next?
If you return the signed waiver, I will file it with the court. The action will then proceed as if you had been servedon the date the waiver is filed, but no summons will be served on you and you will have 60 days from the date this notice
is sent (see the date below) to answer the complaint (or 90 days if this notice is sent to you outside any judicial district of the United States).If you do not return the signed waiver within the time indicated, I will arrange to have the summons and complaint
served on you. And I will ask the court to require you, or the entity you represent, to pay the expenses of making service.
Please read the enclosed statement about the duty to avoid unnecessary expenses.I certify that this request is being sent to you on the date below.
Date:
t-' Signature of the attorney or unrepresented party
Deena R. Bernstein, Esq.
Printed name
Secu
ri
ties and Exchange Commission
33 Arch Street Suite 2300
Boston, MA 02110
 Address
bernsteind@sec.gov
 E-mail address
617-573-8813
Telephone number 
Case 1:12-cv-07261-TPG Document 11 Filed 01/07/13 Page 1 of 2

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