Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Motions in Capitol v. Thomas-Rasset: one granted, one denied

Motion of defense to require that the sound recordings placed in evidence be certified copies of the deposit copies placed with the copyright office denied.

Motion to exclude exhibit 4 (chains of title for corporations, name changes-mergers-etc) granted.

June 16, 2009, Order, sustaining objection to registration documents, overruling objection to uncertain sound recordings and parol evidence

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Eric said...

So, where does it leave the plaintiffs? They have no proof that they own the copyright.

Marc W. Bourgeois said...

Plaintiffs will have to attempt to prove ownership with testimony. We will see how this goes and whether or not the defense objects.

Anonymous said...

Is there any chance Defence won't object?