Montana Supreme Court Commission On Self-Represented Litigants Wins Case on Use of Its Copyrighted Forms
Thursday, June 30, 2011
- Organization: Access to Justice Net
It’s a default judgment, but significant nonetheless.
The Montana Supreme Court Commission On Self-Represented Litigants won a case about improper use of its forms by a commercial organization called “Legal Aid Administration, LLC”, (described in the complaint as a “limited liability company organized under the laws of Florida, doing business in the State of Montana” and referred to, perhaps confusingly, throughout the Order as “Legal Aid”.