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ATP Does Not Want Documents From Dismissed Case Made Public
Published April 15, 2011
In its opposition motion yesterday, the ATP also described the documents as “unverified hearsay” filed by the plaintiffs. “Here the injury would be severe, the non-party players will have no opportunity to respond to the information, and the information is unverified Hearsay,” the ATP wrote. The ATP’s core legal argument is because the court did not rely on the documents to dismiss the case, there is no obligation to publicize the information.