In SONY BMG Music v. Tenenbaum, the RIAA has filed its papers opposing the defendant's motion to compel the deposition of Matthew J. Oppenheim and requested that the Court award monetary sanctions under Fed. R. Civ. P. 37.
Attached to the papers is a January 21, 2009, letter in which Timothy M. Reynolds threatened Prof. Nesson with Rule 11 or Rule 37 sanctions.
Plaintiffs' Response to Defendant's Motion to Compel Deposition of Matthew J. Oppenheim
Exhibit A -- January 21, 2009, Letter of Timothy M. Reynolds Threatening Rule 11 Sanctions
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