In UMG v. Lindor, the 3-year-old Brooklyn case against a home health aide who has never used a computer, the RIAA is now making a motion to voluntarily dismiss the case without prejudice.
Additionally, the motion will seek:
-discovery sanctions against Ms. Lindor;
-discovery sanctions against Ray Beckerman, her attorney; and
-a stay of all proceedings.
June 17, 2008, Letter of Eve G. Burton to Hon. Robert M. Levy
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