The RIAA is taking the position that the witness they wish to produce for UMG, Interscope, and Motown, should have her deposition taken in Los Angeles by videoconference, with their lawyer physically in the room, while Ms. Lindor's lawyer has to be 3000 miles away.
August 25, 2006, Letter of Richard L. Gabriel*
Ms. Lindor's lawyer opposes this, saying that the only possible reason for this would be to enable coaching. He pointed out that if the RIAA could afford to send Mr. Gabriel to Los Angeles, it could afford to pay for a coach ticket and motel room to enable Ms. Lindor's lawyer to go to Los Angeles too:
August 25, 2006, Letter of Ray Beckerman*
In another development in the Lindor case, Ms. Lindor is asking for permission to go ahead with her summary judgment motion, which she first requested in February.
August 25, 2006, Letter of Morlan Ty Rogers, Requesting Permission to Proceed with Summary Judgment Motion*
* Document is published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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