A new contested case is being fought in upstate New York, UMG v. Landau.
The complaint in Landau is the new-style complaint which the RIAA first used in Interscope v. Rodriguez after Judge Brewster, in that case, dismissed the RIAA's boilerplate "making available" complaint as "boilerplate" "conclusory" "speculation".
The defendant is represented by Paul Rapp of Housatonic, Massachusetts.
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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