Legal issues arising from the RIAA's lawsuits of intimidation brought against ordinary working people, and other important internet law issues. Provided by Ray Beckerman, P.C.
In Loud v. Does, a peer to peer filesharing case against numerous unknown "John Doe" defendants in Manhattan federal court, the RIAA has opposed Jane Doe's motion to quash.
Memorandum of law in opposition(Alternate link)
Appendix to Memorandum of law in opposition(Alternate link)
The lawyers for defendant are Ray Beckerman, Morlan Ty Rogers, and Daniel A. Singer of Beldock Levine & Hoffman LLP
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