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Old February 7, 2013, 09:37 PM   #83
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It is certainly no guarantee of victory. However, this can be interpreted, tentatively, as good news since the State would not use a delaying tactic if there was a simple procedural basis on which the case could be thrown out. For example, if all of the necessary parties were not named, or the manner of service specified was improper, the NYSAG would not hesitate to dispose of this case instead of wasting valuable time and resources preparing a reply. Obviously, the arguments set forth in the complaint were meritorious and difficult enough that the AG didn't feel this would be a slam dunk if they went to bat too soon.
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