In Interscope v. Leadbetter, in Seattle, Washington, the RIAA has made a motion for summary judgment against the defendant's son, and the son has cross-moved for summary judgment dismissing the case.
Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Judgment*
Selected exhibits submitted in support of plaintiff's summary judgment motion*
Defendant Donald Leadbetter's Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment*
Exhibit A to Defendant's Cross-Motion (Gary Millen deposition)*
Exhibit B to Defendant's Cross-Motion (Alan Pitcher deposition)*
Exhibit C to Defendant's Cross-Motion (Donald Leadbetter's affidavit)*
Exhibit B to Defendant's Cross-Motion (Donald Leadbetter deposition)*
Mr. Leadbetter is represented by Lory Lybeck of Lybeck Murphy, LLP, a Seattle, Washington, firm which handles cases in Washington, Oregon, and Alaska.
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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