Oral argument was held on November 30th before Magistrate Judge Robert M. Levy, in Brooklyn federal court, in UMG v. Lindor, on 3 different topics:
-The RIAA's Motion for a Protective Order Declaring Its Agreements with MediaSentry to be privileged;
-Ms. Lindor's son's objections to plaintiffs' subpoena of his computer; and
-Ms. Lindor's motion to preclude plaintiffs from trying to prove the existence of 38 song files even though they only have 11 song files.
The judge set a briefing schedule for the RIAA's motion to compel production of Ms. Lindor's son's computer and other devices, and reserved decision on the motion to preclude and motion for protective order.
November 30, 2006, Docket Entry, Oral Argument of MediaSentry protective order motion, preclusion motion, and Ms. Lindor's son's objections to subpoena*
Transcripts of the proceedings would be available for purchase through the Court Reporter's Office of the United States District Court, Eastern District of New York.
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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