According to the San Diego Reader news website, Attorney Irwin Zalkin and legal representatives for the Watchtower Society will make an appearance in a San Diego, California District Court on September 15, 2017. They will be participating in a hearing to discuss a Watchtower motion to seal documents requested by the court as evidence.
The Watchtower’s legal department is doing its best to prevent the contents of those files from ever being seen by the public. Currently, the Watchtower Society is under a court sanction requiring them to pay $4000 a day in fines until they release the requested documents or equivalent electronic records. Attorney Zalkin says the appellate court should hear the appeal of the sanction order sometime next year.
Zalkin is also quoted in the article: “I can’t explain what their [Watchtower] logic is or their legal strategy.”
The article lays out the basic fact of the cases involved that date back to the 1990s. Most of the events centered around the Linda Vista Kingdom Hall located in northern San Diego County.
The article’s writer, Dorian Hargrove, mentions and quotes Barbara Anderson and this Watchtower Documents website at some length.