GA was contacted by an incredulous out-of-state resident who was visited 3 times at his Pennsylvania home by a process server hired by the Bajardis' attorney, Jonathan Z. Cohen to subpoena his testimony for deposition.
Another NJ resident was served a subpoena at her New York City business office by a NYC law firm hired by Cohen, Seiger Gfeller Laurie, LLP. New York City is considered by most New Jerseyans to be "out-of-state".
So why did an officer of the court, Jonathan Z. Cohen, Esq., tell a trial judge that Lane Bajardi's supervisor, Ben Mevorach, "could not be compelled" as a witness because he "doesn't even live or work in New Jersey"?
The Bajardis had no problem serving an out-of-state subpoena to this Pennsylvania resident:
|Bajardi subpoena served at witness' suburban Pennsylvania home|
|Bajardi out-of-state subpoena|
The Bajardis had no problem serving an out-of-state subpoena to this New Jersey resident:
Now people, I want you to note WHERE the Bajardis wanted to depose this NJ resident: at 330 Madison Avenue, New York, NY.
Most New Jersey maps would agree that is out-of-state.
Folks, this is only part of the story. These subpoenas were accompanied by unsolicited email contacts which recipients called "harassing."
Unsolicited contacts included witness' personal Facebook pages.
Mr. Cohen seems to know there are many ways to pursue witnesses in another state.