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Thursday, February 12, 2015

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Robert Wilson

Hello, all, Plaintiff's attorney Robert Wilson here responding to the "grandstanding" comments of opposing counsel Paul Levy.

Get the facts(and the law) straight; The TEXAS court DENIED Nonparty Yelp's "special appearance" to the Jurisdiction(of Texas). The Texas court DOES have jurisdiction over the pending lawsuit. Levy "testified" under oath that Yelp DOES have documents, emails & the identity of LIN L related to the lawsuit but it is located in California. Yelp. rather than providing the relevant documents, would rather folks expend thousands of dollars in fees(and their fees too) and chase them to California. Texas Rule of Civil Procedure Number 1 is the reason litigators in Texas work so well together to achieve "truth & justice" at least expense to all.

We, here in Texas, find it of surprise that LIN L(a suspected competitor of Plaintiff) has ZERO followers and ZERO posts on Yelp; other than the post at issue. Of further surprise, is LIN L has since cancelled the defamatory post & cancelled their account; yet Yelp still fights on to "hide" the truth and delay the discovery proceedings. Plaintiff WILL eventually get the discovery documents in Yelp's possession; it's just a matter of time. Plaintiff will also prosecute their lawsuit and prevail against the defamer LIN L. We, here in Texas, don't tolerate lies and those that support them.

For a non-biased news story of this matter, go to http://www.wfaa.com/story/news/local/collin-county/2015/01/30/realtor-files-lawsuit-over-negative-yelp-review/22622133/

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