In UMG v. Lindor, pending in Brooklyn federal court, the RIAA has refused to answer the defendant Marie Lindor's document requests and interrogatories, precipitating an application by Ms. Lindor's attorneys to Magistrate Judge Robert M. Levy.
Also in dispute is whether, if the RIAA wishes to use at trial the results of its "mirror imaging" inspection of Ms. Lindor's hard drive, it will have to give Ms. Lindor an opportunity for pretrial discovery into the taking and analysis of the mirror image.
Defendant's Request for Documents*
Plaintiffs' Response to Interrogatories and Document Request*
Draft Stipulation for Mirror Imaging Procedure*
June 20, 2006, application to Magistrate Levy*
RIAA Motion to Compel*
Supplement Part 1*
Supplement Part 2*
Supplement Part 3*
Beckerman Reply to RIAA*
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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