We have just learned of another case, this one in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where a defendant is fighting back against the RIAA.
The name of the case is Capitol Records v. Foster.
There the defendant has filed counterclaims for a declaratory judgment of non-infringement, and for "prima facie tort" under Oklahoma law. The judge dismissed the counterclaim for "prima facie tort" but has left standing the counterclaim for a declaratory judgment.
During the period Ms. Foster was accused of being a copyright infringer she did not even have a working computer.
Ms. Foster is represented by:
Barringer-Thomson, Marilyn D.
4901 Richmond Square
Oklahoma City, OK 73118
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