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Liberi v Taitz - 9th Cir - 2013-02-15 - Order & Memorandum

Liberi v Taitz - 9th Cir - 2013-02-15 - Order & Memorandum

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FILED ORDER AND MEMORANDUM DISPOSITION (DIARMUID F. O'SCANNLAIN, STEPHEN S. TROTT and RICHARD R. CLIFTON) We deny all outstanding motions filed by both parties. Although we do not grant either parties’ motions for sanctions, we nonetheless note that the parties in this case have persisted in treating the courts as a public spectacle in which they repeatedly manifest their personal dislike for one another without regard to the truth or appropriate decorum. As the district court aptly noted, “This case is roiled by in-fighting, petty history, and an apparent disregard for accuracy and fair play. Thus, the discernment of truth is a constant difficulty for the Court.” The parties should consider this fair warning: continued failure to abide by the rules of the court may result in sanctions.; DISMISSED FILED AND ENTERED JUDGMENT. [8515857] [11-56079, 11-56164] (DD)

FILED ORDER AND MEMORANDUM DISPOSITION (DIARMUID F. O'SCANNLAIN, STEPHEN S. TROTT and RICHARD R. CLIFTON) We deny all outstanding motions filed by both parties. Although we do not grant either parties’ motions for sanctions, we nonetheless note that the parties in this case have persisted in treating the courts as a public spectacle in which they repeatedly manifest their personal dislike for one another without regard to the truth or appropriate decorum. As the district court aptly noted, “This case is roiled by in-fighting, petty history, and an apparent disregard for accuracy and fair play. Thus, the discernment of truth is a constant difficulty for the Court.” The parties should consider this fair warning: continued failure to abide by the rules of the court may result in sanctions.; DISMISSED FILED AND ENTERED JUDGMENT. [8515857] [11-56079, 11-56164] (DD)

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This disposition is not appropriate for publication and is not precedent
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except as provided by 9th Cir. R. 36-3.
NOT FOR PUBLICATION
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALSFOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT
 
LISA LIBERI; THE LAW OFFICES OFPHILIP J. BERG; PHILIP J. BERG,Esquire; LISA M. OSTELLA; GO EXCELGLOBAL,Plaintiffs - Appellees,v.DEFEND OUR FREEDOMSFOUNDATIONS, INC.,Defendant - Appellant., ________________________,ORLY TAITZ, AKA Dr. Orly Taitz;SANKEY INVESTIGATIONS, INC.; NEIL SANKEY; LAW OFFICES OFORLY TAITZ; ORLY TAITZ, INC.;REED ELSEVIER, INC.; TODDSANKEY; LEXISNEXIS GROUP, INC.,a Division of Reed Elsevier, Inc.;LEXISNEXIS, INC., a Division of ReedElsevier, Inc.; LEXISNEXIS RISK ANDINFORMATION ANALYTICS GROUP,INC.; LEXISNEXIS RISK SOLUTIONS,INC., a Division of Reed Elsevier, Inc.; No. 11-56079D.C. No. 8:11-cv-00485-AG-AJWORDER AND MEMORANDUM
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FILED
FEB 15 2013
MOLLY C. DWYER, CLERK
U.S. COURT OF APPEALS
Case: 11-56079 02/15/2013 ID: 8515857 DktEntry: 81-1 Page: 1 of 5
 
LEXISNEXIS SEISINT, INC., a Divisionof Reed Elsevier, Inc., DBA Accurint;LEXISNEXIS CHOICEPOINT, INC., aDivision of Reed Elsevier, Inc.;INTELIUS, INC.; ORACLECORPORATION; DAYLIGHTCHEMICAL INFORMATIONSYSTEMS, INC.; YOSEF TAITZ,Individually and as Owner/CEO of Daylight Chemical Information Systems,Inc.,Defendants,andJ. JOHNSON,Movant.LISA LIBERI; PHILIP J. BERG, Esquire;THE LAW OFFICES OF PHILIP J.BERG; LISA M. OSTELLA; GO EXCELGLOBAL,Plaintiffs - Appellees,v.ORLY TAITZ, AKA Dr. Orly Taitz,Defendant - Appellant,andDEFEND OUR FREEDOMSFOUNDATIONS, INC.; SANKEY No. 11-56164D.C. No. 8:11-cv-00485-AG-AJW
Case: 11-56079 02/15/2013 ID: 8515857 DktEntry: 81-1 Page: 2 of 5
 
3INVESTIGATIONS, INC.; NEILSANKEY; LAW OFFICES OF ORLYTAITZ; ORLY TAITZ, INC.; INTELIUS,INC.; ORACLE CORPORATION; REEDELSEVIER, INC.; TODD SANKEY;LEXISNEXIS GROUP, INC., a Divisionof Reed Elsevier, Inc.; LEXISNEXIS,INC., a Division of Reed Elsevier, Inc.;LEXISNEXIS RISK ANDINFORMATION ANALYTICS GROUP,INC.; LEXISNEXIS RISK SOLUTIONS,INC., a Division of Reed Elsevier, Inc.;LEXISNEXIS SEISINT, INC., a Divisionof Reed Elsevier, Inc., DBA Accurint;LEXISNEXIS CHOICEPOINT, INC., aDivision of Reed Elsevier, Inc.;DAYLIGHT CHEMICALINFORMATION SYSTEMS, INC.;YOSEF TAITZ, Individually and asOwner/CEO of Daylight ChemicalInformation Systems, Inc.,Defendants.Appeal from the United States District Courtfor the Central District of CaliforniaAndrew J. Guilford, District Judge, PresidingArgued and Submitted February 6, 2013Pasadena, CaliforniaBefore: O’SCANNLAIN, TROTT, and CLIFTON, Circuit Judges.Orly Taitz and Defend Our Freedoms Foundations, Inc. (collectively“Defendants”) appeal the district court’s order denying their anti-SLAPP motion to
Case: 11-56079 02/15/2013 ID: 8515857 DktEntry: 81-1 Page: 3 of 5

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