Bauer vs. Glatzer

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Bauer vs. Glatzer

Summary of Allegations Against the Named Defendants from the Original Complaint (Contrary to statements made by Victoria Strauss, the case was dismissed in part and the Court left the door open for the Plaintiff to refile . . . Bauer vs. Glatzer L 001169 07 is still pending further discovery. Judge Paul Kapalko and Judge Jamie S. Perri have allowed Bauer and her agency to go forward without prejudice. )

Defendants: Jenna Glatzer and MacAllister Stone and James D. Macdonald and Kent Brewster and Ann C. Crispin and Patrick Niclsen-Hayden and Teresa Nielsen-Hayden and Miss Snark The Literary Agent, a fictitious name, and David L Kuzminski and Thomas S. Tully and Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, Inc. and Victoria C. Strauss and Shweta Narayan and Lesia Valentine and Christina Walden and Wikimedia Foundation and Stephan Spencer Defendants.

The Original Complaint: Click here)

Bauer vs. Glatzer et. al. – Summary of Allegations Against the Named Defendants

Bauer vs. Glatzer: Letter from St. John’s University Regarding Plaintiff’s Ph.D. Credentials

Bauer vs. Glatzer: Letter from the University California of San Diego

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Bauer vs. Glatzer, Request for Information (Confidentiality Guaranteed)

August 2011 Updates: Click here

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