Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Upcoming Court Dates: Open to the Public

All proceedings open to the public. All interested parties are invited to attend.

Wednesday, December 7, 2005. 4:30 P.M. USDC, SDNY. New York, NY. Judge Sweet. Loud v. Does. Conference.

Wednesday, December 14, 2005. 3:00 P.M. USDC, SDNY. New York, NY. Judge Karas. Elektra v. Barker. Pre-motion conference for motion to dismiss complaint.

Thursday, January 5, 2006. 2:00 P.M. USDC, SDNY. New York, NY. Judge Holwell. Interscope v. Does. 500 Pearl St., Courtroom 17B. Conference.

Wednesday, January 25, 2006. 4:00 P.M. USDC, EDNY. Brooklyn, NY. Magistrate Judge Levy. Maverick Recording v. Goldshteyn. Courtroom 619, 225 Cadman Plaza East, Brooklyn, NY. Conference.

Note: If you are aware of upcoming court dates in RIAA v. Consumer cases, please email information to musiclitigation@earthlink.net.
Thank you.
-R.B.


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17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for setting up this blog!

Ray Beckerman said...

My pleasure. Thank you for your support.

Anonymous said...

MR.BECKERMAN:ANOTHER MINOR BEING SUED IN RACINE WI.LOOKING FOR LEGAL HELP IN THIS MATTER. THESE PEOPLE ARE HEARTLESS.

Ray Beckerman said...

If the people contact me, and give me information about their situation, I will forward it to the Electronic Frontier Foundation with a request for legal assistance in the Racine, Wisconsin, area.

Ray Beckerman said...

By the way, there happens to be a good copyright lawyer in Racine, Wisconsin, who might be willing to get involved. His name is Linc Murphy. His phone number is 262-637-8551. Tell him Ray Beckerman and Ty Rogers from New York City recommended him.

racine wi said...

Been contacted by CNBC to do the big idea. how about the Chans joining and maybe some other lawsuite victims. racine wi.

Ray Beckerman said...

If you want to get in touch with the Chans contact Mrs. Chan's attorney John Hermann in Berkley, Michigan.

Ray Beckerman said...

If CNBC folks want to contact me about it, I'll probably be able to get them RIAA victims to interview.

Martin Osterman said...

Wonderful site, Ray! I've been reading it for a few weeks now. My dad's a lawyer in Alaska, so I know a bit about the law and it's refreshing to read about someone who's willing to take it to the RIAA! Keep up the good work!

dave:racine wi said...

Hi Ray info has been sent to cnbc byattorney helping me in milwaukee. thanks for your help in this but it looks like i am going to have yo fold my cards. have until nov 7th to settle for $6000.00 or start court proceedings against me and my daughter jointly. what a shame a year of fighting just to pay more money

Anonymous said...

what a shame a year of fighting just to pay more money

Interesting comment. I don't know who you are; perhaps you're legit. But what you wrote above sure looks like something an RIAA shakedown thug would write.

DAVE RACINE WI said...

Maverick recording company et.al vs David Bink. Case No:05-c-0332 if you care to check my legitamacy.I dont want to give these scumbags a dime but they have me and my daughter jacked up against the wall and just keep coming at us with more dicoverys to fill out, and now want to start court depositions.

Jonathan said...

Dave,
I hope things turn out OK for you. It sounds like they're engaging in some major harrassment. Do you have good representation?

RACINEWI said...

THANKS; RECIEVED THE SETTLEMENT CONTRACT TODAY. WANT MY DAUGHTER TO SIGN OFF ON IT.IWAS ALWAYS UNDER THE ASSUMPTION MINORS CANT SIGN LEGAL DOCUMENTS. BUT MAYBE IN THIS CASE IT LEGAL? I DONT KNOW.

Ray Beckerman said...

Sorry to hear that.

To the rest of my readers, I just want to say that my blog isn't about giving in to the RIAA, it's about fighting back.

Personally I would rather have seen Dave use his $6k to fight them, instead of using it to feed them.

dave racine said...

RAY: NO DISRESPECT INTENDED TO YOUR WEB SITE. GOD BLESS FOR YOUR INTEREST. THOUSANDS HAVE BEEN SPENT THE LAST YEAR FIGHTING AND I HAVE NO INTENT ON STOPPING. I WILL JUST HAVE TO GO IN A DIFFRENT DIRECTION OTHER THAN A COURTROOM. MY LIMITED FINANCES STOP ME THERE, BUT I WANT TO ORGANIZE A BOYCOTT OF BUYING MUSIC. SOMETHING THAT HURTS THE POCKETBOOK ALWAYS GETS ATTENTION DAVE.

Ray Beckerman said...

Thanks for kind words and support, Dave. I wish you and your family all the best in everything, and a healthy and happy Thanksgiving.

We're all in this together, and one day -- hopefully soon -- the judges will get wise to how they've been made fools of, and will start shutting this charade down.