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Morrison & Foerster, Somnath Raj Chatterjee, Uncategorized

Gregory Dresser of Morrison & Foerster to defend Morrison & Foerster in action filed by YR

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I am going to defend Morrison & Foerster LLP in the action that you have filed.

Your description of the purported service of process on our firm is not accurate, and you have not yet effected service.

Please forward for my review a copy of any proof of service that you have from the process server that specifies the papers that he says he served on Mr. Coffill.

Gregory Dresser
Morrison & Foerster LLP
425 Market St. | San Francisco, CA 94105
P: 415.268.6396 | F: 415.276.7527 |


Mr. Dresser:

1. With all due respect, I want no further emails from Morrison & Foerster dealing with the issue of whether Morrison & Foerster has been properly served. Please note that the failure to make a timely appearance will result in the entry of default judgment.

2. My next objective is to perfect service on Messrs. Brosnahan and Chatterjee. A process-server has been instructed to serve Mr. Brosnahan at his place of residence located at 2808 Oak Knoll Terrace, Berkeley.

Please inform whether Messrs. Brosnahan and Chatterjee are willing to waive formal service.


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