Friday, October 17, 2008

Pro se litigant's motion to quash denied in LaFace Records v. Does 1-5 in Michigan

In LaFace Records v. Does 1-5, a John Doe case targeting students at Northern Michigan University, the motion by pro se litigant John Doe #5 to quash the subpoena has been denied by the Magistrate Judge.

Opinion and order of Magistrate Judge denying John Doe #5's motion to quash


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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Actually, it was the John Doe #5 motion to quash that was denied, not #4 which was just referenced in this order.

ChrisP

Ray Beckerman said...

anonymous Chris P...

Thanks for catching my error.

Ray Beckerman said...

I rejected a post for violation of policy no. 7 and possibly no. 10.

Anonymous said...

It's pretty hard to know what policy no. 7 and possibly no. 10. are since there are no obvious links to any policies at all on this page that I can see (and I did so a search of the entire http://recordingindustryvspeople.blogspot.com/ page for the keyword "policy" without success).

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Anonymous said...

Not to be vexatious here but each time I click on your link above to your policies it leads me right back to this comment page.

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Ray Beckerman said...

Whoops I meant here.