Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Defendant not required at this time to file opposition papers to RIAA's First Circuit petition

According to the case opening notice issued by the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in SONY BMG Music v. Tenenbaum, the defendant is not required to file papers opposing the RIAA's petition for "mandamus or prohibition" unless the Court orders him to.

Case Opening Notice

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1 comment:

Alter_Fritz said...

Hm, is Richard already fired as judge or is it just a little judicial snafu that he is still on the list of carbon copy recievers?