Two developments in Elektra v. Schwartz in Brooklyn.
Ms. Schwartz has filed her "initial disclosures":
Defendant's initial disclosures*
Timothy Reynolds of Holme Roberts & Owen has filed for pro haec vice admission to the Court (admission for this case only); Ms. Schwartz's lawyer has suggested to Judge Trager that before deciding the motion he should find out whether Mr. Reynolds was in fact the author of the November 1, 2006, letter signed by Richard Guida telling the judge that AOL had confirmed that Ms. Schwartz owned an account that had been used for downloading and distributing hundreds of copyrighted songs.
Pro haec vice motion*
Reynolds affidavit in support of pro haec vice motion*
Declaration of Ray Beckerman Suggesting Court Defer ruling on pro haec vice motion pending further investigation*
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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