In Virgin v. Thomas, in which a jury trial is scheduled to start tomorrow, October 2nd, Judge Michael J. Davis has granted Ms. Thomas's motion to preclude the RIAA from introducing 784 pages of documents which it had failed to produce until 2 weeks prior to the trial date. The RIAA claimed that these documents were needed to show who were the owners of 14 of the copyrights in question.
Defendant's In Limine Motion to Exclude Plaintiffs' Exhibit 4 (Copyright chain of title documents)*
October 1, 2007, Granting Defendant's In Limine Motion to Exclude Plaintiffs' Exhibit 4 (Copyright chain of title documents)*
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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