the perils of default judgments against speech: showing up late can prove onerous

Lokosky v. Gass, No. 1 CA-SA 18-0101, 2018 WL 3150499 (Az. Ct. App. Jun. 28, 2018)Respondents (not Gass, who’s the judge, named for procedural reasons) sued Lokosky for false advertising and related claims seeking to compel Lokosky to "remove from the internet all material pertaining to Respondents and their business,” and obtained a default judgment. Next, they compelled the transfer of ownership of Lokosky’s website to themselves. Lokosky then applied for a restraining order seeking to have ownership of her website returned to her and moved to vacate or set aside the judgment. The superior court granted the TRO and ordered Lokosky to “remove any and all material and/or references pertaining to each Plaintiff” on her website and “refrain from publishing or republishing on the Internet any and all materials and/or references pertaining to each Plaintiff.” Well, that’s incredibly overbroad. Then: In March 2017, the superior…

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