In UMG v. Lindor, a case against a home health aide who has never used a computer, the RIAA has now subpoenaed the computer of Ms. Lindor's adult son, who lives four (4) miles away from her. Ms. Lindor's son, a paralegal in a law firm, has hired counsel to make a motion to quash the subpoena:
November 21, 2006, Letter of Richard A. Altman to Magistrate Robert M. Levy (Quash Subpoena)*
Attachment to Letter of Richard A. Altman (Subpoena)*
Attachment to Letter of Richard A. Altman (Objections to Subpoena)*
Ms. Lindor joined in her son's application:
November 22, 2006, Letter of Ray Beckerman Joining in Application of Woody Raymond to Quash Subpoena*
Ms. Lindor's son is represented by Richard A. Altman, Esq., of Manhattan, one of the first lawyers to take on the RIAA's ex parte "John Doe" subpoena process, back in 2004, in Elektra v. Does 1-9.
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