Tuesday, December 18, 2007

RIAA to move to dismiss counterclaims in Brooklyn cases, Elektra v. Torres and Maverick v. Chowdhury

In two Brooklyn cases, Maverick v. Chowdhury and Elektra v. Torres, the RIAA is planning to make a motion to dismiss counterclaims.

December 18, 2007, Letter of Victor B. Kao to Hon. David G. Trager requesting briefing schedule for motions to dismiss counterclaims*

* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Why even bother to give time for a response? We all know the form motion that the RIAA will use, we know most of the response already, we know how the RIAA will reply while not answering the points...and best yet, we already know what Trager and Levy will say in dismissing the CCs...

This can all get done in less then a week!

I'm guessing that this is not what is meant by "Judicial Economy"