UPDATE 05/14/11: The affidavit of DeVoy in support of the motion for attorney's fees contains email exchanges with Shawn Mangano, who represents Righthaven. Mangano states in one letter that Ganim "is awaiting his bar examination results from the State Bar of Nevada." This explains why Ganim is not currently listed at nvbar.org. But it's perplexing that his name is not listed in the Unofficial February 2011 Nevada Bar Pass List either, which posted May 12.
In late April, defendant Michael Leon's case was dismissed without prejudice by the Honorable Judge Gloria M. Navarro. The defendant was also allowed to seek attorney's fees. Attorneys who represented Leon on a pro bono basis in the April 20 hearing, Randazza Legal Group and J. Malcome DeVoy, later filed a motion asking for attorney's fees against Righthaven LLC because negotiating with Righthaven on the matter had proven fruitless.
This brings the total to at least three law groups -- the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), attorney Michael Kerr of the Santangelo Law Offices and the Randazza Legal Group and J. Malcome DeVoy and possibly other individual attorneys and law firms -- who are seeking fees after defending a Righthaven victim on a pro bono basis. (The related memorandum on the Leon case is an interesting read about the pro bono/attorney's fees issue.)