You may recall that someone identifying himself as Matthew Oppenheim called during the Capitol v. Thomas trial and complained that he had been incorrectly identified by Ars Technica as being associated with the RIAA.
According to court records he is an attorney representing the RIAA as a sole practitioner in a District of Columbia case, Arista v. Does 1-19.
Arista v. Does 1-19 is a case in which Mr. Oppenheim obtained, on behalf of the RIAA, an ex parte discovery order pertaining to students at George Washington University.
October 20, 2007, Docket Report, Arista v. Does 1-19, District of Columbia*
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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