Princeton Digital Image Corporation v. LLC, et al., C.A. No. 13-408 – LPS, August 16, 2016.

Stark, C. J. Plaintiff’s motion to set aside a default judgment relating to a complaint in intervention is granted.

Defendant is a customer of Adobe, who moved to intervene due to a request from defendant to indemnity. Plaintiff filed an answer to Adobe’s motion to intervene in related cases, but not in this action. Plaintiff’s conduct was culpable in that its refusal to answer the complaint was inexcusable. The court agrees with Adobe to impose monetary sanctions for fees and costs associated with all default-related filings.