Plaintiffs in Tarter case oppose dismissal

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By Charlie VanLeuven

The three plaintiffs in a federal lawsuit say that defendant Joshua Tarter has misunderstood or misapplied law in his motion to dismiss.

Anna Lou Tarter Smith, Luann Coffey, and Douglas Tarter, in a Nov. 20 filing, argue that they have appropriately demonstrated the futility of getting Joshua Tarter’s siblings to agree to a lawsuit, that they have standing to bring the lawsuit in federal court, trade secrets were misappropriated and used, and that the alleged fraud rises to the level of a Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act violation.

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