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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK
Guava, LLC,

COUh}TTY,

ILLINOIS

I-AVDIYISION r

r.*.. l,_

Plaintifl
v.
Skyler Case,

No.

2A1,2-L-007363

Hon. Judge Sanjay Tailor

Defendant.

To:

Paul

Dufft

Prenda Law, Inc. 2 N. LaSalle St. 13th Floor Chicago, Illinois 60602

Defendant's PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that onJuly 18,201.2 the undersigned caused to sewed upon you. Answer and Affirmative Defenses, a copy of which is attached and is

Certificate of Service

A true arid coffect copy of Defendant's Answer has been delivered N. LaSalle St. 13th Floor Chicago, Illinois 60602 via s
Urbanczvk tsy: Adam Au, LLC 365 N. Jefferson Suite 712
Chicago, Illinois 60661 (312) 71.s-7312

admin@torentlitigation. com

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS LA\r/:bIvISIgN, .1..:. r
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Guava, LLC,

Plaintiff,
v.
Skyler Case,

No.

201.2-L-007363

Hon. Judge Sanjay Tailor

Defendant.

Defendant's Answer
NOS7 COME the Defendant, Skyler Case, by and through his attorneys at Au, LLC, and for his Answer to PlaintifPs Complaint states as follows:

Nature of the Action

l,

Paragraph 1 of the Compiaint states a legal conclusion to which no response is tequired and
references the Complaint which is a document that speaks for

itself. To the extent a response

may be required, Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph 1 of Plaintiffs Complaint.

Parties
2.

Defendant admits that Plaintiff is a limited liabrlity company. Defendant is without sufficient
knowledge to either admit or deny the remaining allegations of Paragraph 2 and theteby denies the same.

3.

Paragraph 3 of Plaintiffs Complaint states a legal conclusion to which no response is required.

To the extent

a response may be required,

Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph 3 of

PlaintifPs Complaint. Venue
4.

Defendant admits that venue is proper in Cook County, Illinois. Defendant denies the
remaining allegations contained in Paragraph 4 of Plaintiff s Complaint.

5.

Parugnph 5 of Plaintifls Complaint states a legal conclusion to which no response is required.

To the extent

a response may be required,

Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph 5 of

Plaintiffs Complaint.
6.

Paragraph 6 of

Plaintiffs Complaint states a legal conclusion to which no response is required.
Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph 6 of

To the extent

a response may be required,

Plaintiffs Complaint.

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Factual Backgtound
General Background

7. 8. 9.

Defendant is without suf{icient knowledge to either admit or deny the allegations o{Paragraph7 of Plaintifls Complaint and thereby denies the same. Defendant is without sufficient knowledge to either admit or deny the allegations of Paragraph 8

of Plaintiffls Complaint and theteby denies the same.
Defendant is wi.thout sufficient knowledge to either admit ot deny the allegations of Paragraph 9 of PlaintifPs Complaint and thereby denies the same.
10. Defendant is without sufficient knowledge to either admit or deny the allegations of Paragruph
10 of Plaintiffs Complaint and thereby denies the same.

1L. Defendant is without sufficient knowledge to eithet admit or deny the allegations of Parugtaph
11 of

Plaintiffs Complaint and thereby denies the

same.

Plaintiff Retains Computet Forensics Fitm
12. Defendant is without sufficient knowledge to eithet admit or deny the allegations o{Parugraph
12

of Platnttffs Complaint and thereby denies the

same.

ll.

Defendant is without sufficient knowledge to either admit ot deny the allegations of Patagraph
13 of

Plaintifls Complaint and thereby denies the

same.

14. Defendant admits that IP ad&ess are numbers assigned to devices, such as computers, tfiat are connected to the internet. Defendant is without sufficient knowledge to eithet admit or deny the remaining allegations of Paragrapb 14 of Plaintiffs Complaint and theteby denies the same.

The Defendant's Conduct
15. Defendant is without sufficient knowledge to either admit or deny the allegations of Paragtaph
15

of Plaintiffs Complaint and thereby denies the same.
1,6

16. Defendant admits the allegations of Paragrapb, that the allegations imply a legal conclusion.

of Plaintiffs Complaint except to the extent

Count I

- Violation of the Computer

Fraud and Abuse Act 18 U.S.C. S 1030

17. Defendant hereby incorporates his responses to the preceding paragraphs of Plaintiffs Complaint. L8. Defendant denies the allegations contained inParugnph 18 of Plaintiffs Complaint. 19. Parugraph 19 of Plaintiffs Complaint states a legal conclusion to which no response is required.

To the exteflt

a response may be required,

Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph

1,9

of

Plainriffs Complaint.

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20. Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph20 of Plaintiffs Complaint. 21, Paragraph 21 of Plaintiff s Complaint states a legal conclusion to which no response is requited.

To the extent

a response may be

tequited, Defendant denies the allegations of Patagtapb2l

of

PlainrifPs Complaint.

22.Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph22 of Piaintiffs Complaint.
23. Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph23 of Plaintiffs Complaint. 24.Paragraph 24 of PlatntifPs Complaint states alegal conclusion to which no response is required.

To the extent

a response may be required,

Defendant denies the allegations of Paragtaph 24

of

Plainuffs Complaint. Count

II -

Trespass to Chattels
s

25. Defendant hereby incorporates his responses to the pteceding patagraphs of Plaintiff Complaint.

26.Paragraph26 of PlatntifPs Complaint states

a legal conclusion to

which no response is required.

To the extent

a respoflse may be required,

Defendant deaies the allegations of Paragraph26

of

Plaintiffs Complaint.
27. Paragraph 27 of PlaintifPs Complaint states
alegaT conclusion

to which no response is required.

To the extent

a response may be required,

Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph 27

of

PlaindtPs Complaint.

28. Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph 28 of Plaintiffs Complaint.

Count

III -

Breach of Conttact
s

29. Defendant hereby incorporates his responses to the preceding paragraphs of Plaintiff Complaint.

30. Defendant is without sufficient knowledge to either admit or deny the allegations of Paragraph
30 of Plaintiffs Complaint and thereby denies the same.

31. Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph 31 of Plaintiffs Complaint. 32. Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph32 of Plaintiffs Complaint.
33. Defendant denies the allegations of Patagrapb 33 of Plaintiffs Complaint. 34. Patagraph 34 of Plaintiffs Complaint states a legal conclusion to which rio response is required.

To the extent

a resporise may be required,

Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph 34

of

Plaintiffs Complainr. Count IV

- Civil Conspiracy

35. Defendant hereby incorporates his responses to the preceding paragraphs of Plaintiffs

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Complaint. 36. Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph 36 of PlaintifPs Complaint'
37. Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph 37 of Plaintiffs Complaint. 38. Paragraph 38 of Plaintiffs Complaint states alegal conclusion to which no response is required.

To the exteflt

a response may be requfued,

Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph 38

of

Plaindffs Complaint.
39. Patagraph 39 of PlaintifPs Complaint states a legal conclusion to which no response is requfued.

To the exterit

a response may be required,

Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph 39

of

Plainriffls Complaint.

Geneml
40. Paragraph ,10 of Plaintiffs Complaint states alegal conclusion to which no response is required.

To the exteflt

a response may be required,

Defendant denies the allegations of Paragraph 40

of

Plaintiffs Complaint.
41. No response is required.

By,

A Ao,

rba

365 N. Jefferson Suite 712 Chicago, Illinois 60661

admin@torenditigation.com Cook County No. 46859

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