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Now Judge Birss has given MediaCAT and the copyright owners involved 14 days to join the action before it faces being struck out.

 

Judge Birss had been concerned that if the case was simply allowed to drop when ACS Law pulled out, the defendants could have had the action resurrected by another firm representing the copyright holders.

The judge wants to drive the final nail in their coffin.

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Judge Birss said he had considered making an order preventing Media CAT from issuing more proceedings, but as the company had been declared insolvent this was not necessary.

 

Instead he set aside notices filed by Media CAT to discontinue the case and said: “I will hear counsel as to whether in the circumstances as they now are there if anything would be served in requiring Media CAT to apply to join the copyright owners.”

 

A spokesperson for defendant solicitors Ralli said the cases were stayed until 16 March. The claimants must discontinue within two weeks if they wish to do so.

 

Ralli and Lawdit are both applying for costs orders against ACS:Law. Coyle said he expected the judge to decide on costs in the near future.

 

In an emailed statement Crossley confirmed he had closed down ACS:Law and informed the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). Crossley said he would not comment further.

 

A spokesperson for the SRA said it had not yet received notification that the firm had closed. The spokesperson added that it was pursuing its misconduct case against Crossley.

http://www.thelawyer.com/acslaw-file-sharing-claims-dropped-as-firm-closes-doors-for-business/1006896.article

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