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141Akin Gump is Here to Serve Us!

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  • Alberto M. Giordano
    Jan 6, 2001
      >From: "Peterson, Trevor" <tpeterson@...>
      >To: "'narconews@...'" <narconews@...>,
      >"'agiordano2000@...'" <agiordano2000@...>,
      >"'narconewsdefense@...'" <narconewsdefense@...>
      >Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2000 23:52:56 -0500
      >To: Al Giordano/Narco News Bulletin:
      >Banco Nacional de Mexico, S.A. ("Banamex") has set up an Internet web site,
      >located at http://www15.brinkster.com/files1200/index.asp, in order for you
      >to access documents that are pertinent to the recent lawsuit that was
      >commenced against you. The documents are in Adobe .PDF format, and can be
      >viewed through the use of the Acrobat Reader program, which is available
      >FREE for download. A link to download Acrobat Reader, as well as the
      >documents themselves, are available at the above web site.
      >Please note that one of the documents that is being made available to you
      >is a Notice and Request for Waiver of Service. The nature of the Request
      >and the duties that it imposes upon you are set forth more fully in the
      >document itself. However, you should note that the Federal Rules of Civil
      >Procedure impose a duty upon parties to avoid the costs associated with
      >unnecessary service of process after being given notice of a lawsuit filed
      >against them. If you agree to waive service, then you
      >will be granted more time to answer Banamex's complaint than would normally
      >be available under the Rules. You will also retain any defenses or
      >objections that you have to the Complaint except for any objection based on
      >service of process. If, however, you do not sign and return the Waiver,
      >then you may be liable for the costs associated with Banamex's attempts to
      >locate and serve you formally. Again, a more thorough explanation of the
      >duty to avoid service is contained in the Notice itself
      >and at the foot of the Waiver form.
      >Please contact me if you have any further questions or to arrange to return
      >the Waiver form at no cost to you.
      >Very truly yours,
      >Trevor H. Peterson
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