In UMG v. Lindor, Magistrate Judge Robert M. Levy has partially granted the defendant's motion to compel discovery into the RIAA's expenses-per-download, which the RIAA had opposed, giving the record companies two weeks to submit a further response to Ms. Lindor's interrogatory, and authorizing a telephone deposition of the plaintiffs thereafter.
November 25, 2007, Order of Hon. Robert M. Levy, Directing Response to Interrogatory and Telephone Deposition*
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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