• August 28, 2009

With the internet has come an ever-growing wave of anonymous wrong-doing so businesses and individuals increasingly have to vindicate their rights by bringing a lawsuit against a fictitious entity and then, once the suit is filed, the victims can invoke the court’s subpoena power to discover the name(s) of the wrong-doers (with subpoenas to internet service providers and others). In the mean time, people named John Doe just have to deal with it.

Such a case was filed today in the U.S. District Court, D. Minn.

United Healthcare v John Doe

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