June 12th, 2011
Two more motions to dismiss are being served tomorrow, and will be filed shortly, in the defamation case that Joseph Rakofsky brought against 81 defendants (including me).
These new motions come on behalf of Washington D.C. criminal defense lawyers Mirriam Seddiq (who blogs at Not Guilty) (See: Seddiq Motion) and Jamison Koehler (See: Koehler Motion)
Both are represented by Albany attorney David Brickman, who filed this motion to dismiss on behalf of Philadelphia personal injury attorney Max Kennerly and the Beasly Firm the other day.
For the out-of-towners reading this, New York’s statute that governs motions to dismiss is Civil Practice Law and Rules (CPLR) 3211.