I don't know anything about the TSA administrative process, but I certainly hope that at some level there can be appellate review by somebody not employed by the agency. I want to see the Circuit Court's take on the TSA decisions.
Having now read the order I like that although the Judge overruled the Defendant's objection concerning the Court's inherent authority due to lack of personal jurisdiction over Steel and HammerTime, issuing the new Order to Show Cause now gives the Court the personal jurisdiction to issue sanctions under its inherent authority. Doh!
The article didn't point out that Team Prenda missed the deadline for filing objections to the R&R, which is just typical of the way they've handled everything. Read the Order. Although it appears the judge probably did consider Prenda's objections, since the Prenda objections were untimely, they actually failed to "properly object" to anything in the R&R. Just another way the system is screwing poor ol' Steel Hammer.
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