Tuesday, April 29, 2008

In Elektra v. Licata defendant opposes dismissal without prejudice, says dismissal should be with prejudice and with attorneys fees

In the Cincinnati case, Elektra v. Licata, where the RIAA -- after forcing the defendant's attorney to put in 140 hours of work on the case -- is now seeking to dismiss "without prejudice", the defendant is asking the Court to provide that (a) the dismissal will be "with prejudice" and (b) defendant will be reimbursed for his attorneys fees.

Defendant'a opposition to RIAA's motion to dismiss "without prejudice"*

* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation

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