Law Students Reveal Identity Of AutoAdmit Defendant In New Complaint
Mark A. Lemley is quoted in a Yale Daily News article about name revelations in the AutoAdmit case:
Several more of those commenters have also been unmasked, said Mark Lemley, a Stanford law professor who is representing the two Yale students. Lemley said he is negotiating with the others to settle out of court. If those talks fail, they, too, will be outed, he said.
Now that a defendant has been named, a jury may soon have just such an opportunity. Moving to trial and winning damages would have been impossible if the defendants’ identities had remained unknown, Lemley said.
“The case can now proceed,” he said.