Magistrate Robert M. Levy has ruled in UMG v. Lindor that the RIAA does not have to turn over its agreements with MediaSentry.
The Magistrate made no findings as to privilege or confidentiality, but held that the documents were irrelevant:
March 30, 2007, Granting RIAA Motion for Protective Order*
Ms. Lindor's attorneys filed an objection to the Magistrate Judge's order:
Defendant's Notice of Objection to March 30, 2007, Granting RIAA Motion for Protective Order Concerning MediaSentry agreements*
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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