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The deposition has finally happened to the party who owes me for my business. In regards to the above matter his reply was: "He knew he did not have the encryption key needed to move the enitre site but felt because I held security to the site he was afraid I may attempt to regain control."
In other words he admits he understands the site was secured against the monies he owes me. He moved it anyways - how is this not an admission of theft? Why do I have zero rights for collections on the funds he owes me? Honestly I feel as if I need to find new cousel - again.... This has been going on now for 20 months and the first court date is not until November 2012 - one year away.... Do I have any recourse to end this sooner and recoup- my funds or my business?
Thank you again!
Thank you - this is the excat answer I found in the Wi Law Library. My attorney claims it is "to soon to attempt this" I fully disagree and from your answer you do as well. Do I search for new counsel? Do I attempt this motion alone in the courts? I am more confused than when this action began - I see a clear end and yet my counsel is blind to it - how would you suggest I proceed?
Thank you thank you thank you - I wish with all my heart you were in Wisconsin - I would retain you today. You are a complete stranger and have answered every question when the attorney I have now paid $67K in legal fees sends answers on average after 7 to 10 days after neing asked.
I promise last question - to your reply - there has been what was called 1st Round Discovery and Interagotories(poor spelling I am sure). For the most part all the questions and requests were denied. How many "rounds" of discovery is common? Is there a limit to the number of discovery rounds?
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