In Warner v. Stubbs, where the RIAA previously was granted permission to dismiss its claim "without prejudice" (meaning it can sue again on the same claim), the RIAA has now changed its mind and stated that it now "covenants not to sue Ms. Stubbs", and is asking the Court to dismiss Ms. Stubbs's counterclaim for a declaratory judgment and attorneys fees.
RIAA Renewal Motion Containing Covenant Not to Sue and Asking for Dismissal of Counterclaims*
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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