I’m writing this post because it was something I had to dig into. In a lawsuit in a federal court, where you are suing an agency, corporation, officer or employee of the United States, the steps to follow to properly serve the governmental agency, corporation, officer or employee can be complicated. It’s easy to miss […]
Category Archives: Federal Law
Revealing the people behind a limited liability company
In the last post I talked about why my subpoena to a formation agent (this is not an official term like registered agent and is a general way to refer to the companies which will set up a business for you by carrying out the requisite filings) contained the requests it did.
Limited liability companies and secrecy
Secrecy is a relative concept. If you think a limited liability companies (LLC) will protect you from a vindictive spouse, cheated business partner or Uncle Sam, you’re mistaken.
Limited Liability Companies and Diversity Jurisdiction
If you’re a defendant and the plaintiff is a limited liability company and you get dragged into federal court based on diversity jurisdiction (28 U.S.C. § 1332), make sure you’re not there through crafty attempts at forum manipulation.
Cell phone subpoena part 3
The final component of a cell phone subpoena is federal Form AO 88B. This is an official federal court form that you have to include when serving the subpoena. Page three of this form has the relevant rules on compliance, enforcement and other things.
Serve a subpoena to get cell phone records
every single theme and option, it would give me a good excuse to never produce or write anything. My goal here is to write things and provide documents that may be useful to people searching the internet. One of the biggest problems I’ve had as a lawyer is in finding templates of legal documents. Sure, […]