January 10th, 2008 by Benjamin Duranske
The US branch of Internet Gaming Entertainment (IGE U.S. LLC) recently answered plaintiff Hernandez’s complaint. The answer is available here (.pdf). I usually run excerpts from filings, but there’s really not much point in running excerpts from an answer (this is true of all answers, not just this one). An “answer” is a formal legal document where if you don’t say that you “deny” an allegation, you admit it, so it is typically just a big string of denials. That’s true here too. IGE denies everything… yawn. Worth posting for posterity, but not worth your click.
The real news here is that filing an answer means the case keeps moving forward. An answer opens the gates for discovery requests (and responses) and those can be interesting. Though discovery request are not always available publicly, VB very much hopes that requests and responses will be made available on the Hernandez v. IGE class action website.
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