The last decision raised the eyebrows of every law review that took it up...and ultimately overturned by the appellate court. This one will be thought out and referenced with far greater detail, I have no doubt.
Obviously, I have my preference of verdicts, as does Essent. But please note: 'blogging' is not a new phenomena, at least in what I do. Benjamin Franklin wrote under several pseudonyms, as did several other writers the years prior to the American Revolution because of the possibility of repercussions and retaliation. It was just in a different medium.
I am hopefully not looking at a hanging, but the other side probably has a different hope and expectation. Speaking of expectation, I've heard, over the months, many that said should the case go against me, they were dropping Suddenlink like a hot potato. Something about an expectation of their privacy. Could be (might be just talk,) but I'm going to explore the Suddenlink involvement in the case in later posts, so don't drop that 'tater just yet.
This case has written a footnote into Texas law already. It should be interesting if it becomes a paragraph.