In Capitol v. Foster the RIAA has missed the March 12th deadline for submitting its papers in opposition to Ms. Foster's motion to compel turnover of the RIAA's attorneys' billing records. Ms. Foster has submitted papers advising the judge of the RIAA's default, and requesting an order directing turnover of the documents:
Advisory Regarding RIAA's Default*
After receiving Ms. Foster's "reminder", the RIAA finally did submit opposition papers, two (2) days late.
Opposition to Motion to Compel Turnover of Billing Records*
It remains to be seen whether the Court will accept the late filing.
Ms. Foster is represented by Marilyn Barringer-Thomson of Oklahoma City.
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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