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Using Herman Melville in opposing a motion to stay money judgment – Kudos to Marc Randazza

Nov 06, 2011 Using Herman Melville in opposing a motion to stay money judgment – Kudos to Marc Randazza

Leave it to my irrepressible brother lawyer Marc Randazza to think of extensively using Herman Melville’s Bartleby the Scrivener in opposing a Righthaven motion to stay judgment pending appeal. Randazza fashions Righthaven as Bartleby, who is able to do as told, but "would prefer not to."

Talk about breathing life into a seemingly straightforward task of opposing such a motion.

Thanks to Marc for having providing the link to his opposition motion.

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