In UMG v. Lindor, in Brooklyn, a discovery dispute has erupted.
In response to a document request calling for all of the "song files",the RIAA produced a total of eleven (11) song files.
Now, however, they are claiming that they are suing over thirty eight (38) songs.
Ms. Lindor has moved to preclude them from claiming more than eleven (11) songs.
July 28, 2006, Letter of RIAA*
July 28, 2006, Letter of Defendant*
August 1, 2006, Letter of RIAA*
August 1, 2006, Letter of Defendant*
August 4, 2006, Letter of RIAA*
August 4, 2006, Letter of Defendant*
Exhibit - Plaintiffs' Requests for Admissions, October 2005*
Exhibit - Defendant's Response to Plaintiffs' Requests for Admissions, March 2006*
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