Where's the cashmere? (Nov 15, 2008)

If I wind up reporting most of the steps in these actions, it’ll get pretty boring. So, this post will be reposted periodically with updates, with extra posts when there’s something pithy to say.

Observation: the more you type the word “here”, the funnier it looks.

TKW v. KFI, Debbie Bliss, et al.

Complaint filed September 2, 2008: document in two parts, here and here (and exhibits in three, here, here and here), posts here, here, (an aside), here, here and here.

Motion to dismiss filed September 24, 2008: document, post.

Response to motion to dismiss filed October 8, 2008: document (sorry, no post on it; haven’t had time, but if all you are concerned about is where the cashmere is, you won’t mind).

Reply to response to motion to dismiss filed October 23, 2008: document.

Sur-reply in response to the above reply, filed November 10, 2008: document.

TKW v. Noro, KFI, et al.

Complaint filed October 6, 2008: document here, posthere. Certificates of service on all defendants filed on October 21, 2008.

Motion to dismiss on behalf of all defendants except Noro filed November 10, 2008: document.

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3 Responses to Where's the cashmere? (Nov 15, 2008)

  1. j. says:

    Found the problem (I think) — a character in an older post that prevents the feed from validating.

  2. j. says:

    Hmm. It’s WordPress, and I didn’t do anything that I recall to it. (I just installed Sage and got that error too.) However, the updated lawsuit post is actually an older post, retitled and redated, so it doesn’t show up as a new item in my Bloglines feed.

    I’m going to try posting this next update as a fresh post to see if that shakes something loose…

  3. Mary says:

    I have subscribed to live updates through sage on firefox, and when it goes to check the feeds on your blog it says XML parse error.