Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Judge Gertner suggests reconsideration motions in view of neither side's having briefed Judicial Council order in SONY v. Tenenbaum (#RIAA)

In SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Tenenbaum, Judge Gertner has issued an order suggesting that the parties file reconsideration motions, addressing the 1996 Judicial Council order that neither side had brought to the Court's attention.

The deadline for any such motions is March 11th, with opposition papers due March 18th.

March 4, 2009, fixing schedule for reconsideration motions



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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know what the 1996 Judicial Council order was?

Ray Beckerman said...

Yes it was attached to the First Circuit's order here

Friend of this blog said...

Professor Neeson should give himself an F for failing to uncover the 1 CIR order barring recording of procedings, and should give Judge Gertner and her clerks an F-. Very clever how she shifted the blame to counsel for not bringing the 1 CIR order to her attention. Why should she have been expected to know about a standing order of her reviewing court?

Anonymous said...

The "order" by the Judicial Council is entitled as a "Resolution".

Curious... Does a Resolution by the Judicial Council carry the same weight as an Order and is it binding on the circuit?

TomasG