Saturday, October 20, 2007

Catherine Njuguna Moves to Dismiss Complaint for Legal Insufficiency and on Constitutional Grounds in Atlantic v. Njuguna

In Atlantic v. Njuguna, in Charleston, South Carolina, the defendant has filed a motion to dismiss the complaint, both for failure to state a claim for relief, and on constitutional grounds based on the RIAA's pursuit of excessive damages.

Memorandum of Law in Support of Defendant's Motion to Dismiss Complaint For Failure to State Claim and Violation of Due Process*

* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation

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2 comments:

Ray Beckerman said...

comment rejected based on policies #3 & 8...

so far only one judge has ruled on the constitutionality issue and he ruled in our favor...

Ray Beckerman said...

comment rejected.... policy #8.... possible violation of policy #3.....see Warner v. Cassin for definition of "distribution" under 17 USC 106(3)...