In a very unusual filing, the RIAA has filed an additional document in Lava v. Amurao, several weeks after its motion to dismiss had already been decided, denying the Electronic Frontier Foundation's attacks upon it as "baseless":
Plaintiff's Opposition to EFF's Amicus Brief*
Another oddity is that, although the Court's order denies the motion in its entirety, this "Opposition" document states that the motion was denied only in part. Apparently they are making this contention based upon Judge Brieant's having stated at oral argument that he was inclined to grant the motion as to the Declaratory Judgment counterclaim.
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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