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Federal court throws out Russ Whitney' lawsuit against form associate Todd Dotson; says it was filed in bad faith Today, June 28, 2005 I heard from Todd Dotson. Dotson used to be one of Whitney' associates. Whitney reportedly demanded that all the guys who had worked for him and written books had to sign their copyrights over to him. Some, like Dotson, refused and were forced to leave as a result. After Dotson left, he sued Whitey for continuing to use Dotson' copyrighted materials. Whitney settled out of court shortly after his deposition was scheduled. Later, as he often does after he settles with someone, Whitney sued Dotson. Recently, Russ Whitney has been ducking giving Dotson a deposition with delays. Just like he has been ducking giving me depositions or discovery. John T. Reed [Reed Note: When a case is filed in bad faith, the court may impose punishment on the plaintiff.] John T. Reed, a.k.a. John Reed, Jack Reed, 342 Bryan Drive, Alamo, CA 94507, Voice: 925-820-7262, Fax: 925-820-1259, www.johntreed.com

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