In Arista v. Does 1-11, an ex parte proceeding to get the names and addresses of 11 Oklahoma State University students, several of the students have brought on a motion to vacate the Court's ex parte order and quash the subpoena that was served upon the university pursuant to that subpoena.
The expert witness who submitted a declaration in support of the motion stated that the declaration of the RIAA's Carlos Linares was "factually erroneous" and "misleading".
Defendants' Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion to Vacate*
Expert Witness Declaration of Jayson Street*
Attachment 1 -- November 2004 Order in Fonovisa v. Does*
The students are represented by Marilyn Barringer-Thomson, the victorious lawyer for the defendants in Capitol v. Foster and Warner v. Stubbs.
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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