More papers have been filed by the RIAA and by Ms. Lindor in UMG v. Lindor, as the RIAA continues to try to prevent discovery into the agreement among the record companies as to joint prosecution and settlement of th p2p litigations. The RIAA has opposed Ms. Lindor's motion to compel answers to her interrogatory and document request from March, 2006. On July 6th the RIAA filed an unusual "surreply" to Ms. Lindor's reply papers, to which Ms. Lindor's lawyer responded on July 9th.
July 6th Letter of Richard L. Gabriel (Re: Copyright Misuse Discovery Motion)*
July 9th Letter of Ray Beckerman (Re: Copyright Misuse Discovery Motion)*
July 1, 2007, Order of Magistrate Robert M. Levy Reserving Decision on Motion to Compel Discovery*
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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