In UMG v. Lindor, a case in which the defendant has never used a computer, and in which the RIAA has already taken depositions of (a) defendant, (b) defendant's adult son,(c) defendant's adult daughter, and (d) defendant's adult nephew, the Magistrate has denied defendant's motion to quash two new subpoenas to take depositions of another adult daughter who lives in Illinois and another relative who lives in Connecticut.
March 26, 2008, Letter of Richard L. Gabriel to Hon. Robert M. Levy (new 3d party discovery)*
March 26, 2008, Letter of Ray Beckerman to Hon. Robert M. Levy (new 3d party discovery)*
April 15, 2008, Order denying motion to quash and for protective order (new 3d party discovery)*
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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