Wednesday, August 19, 2009

RIAA files reply papers in support of summary judgment in Lava v Amurao II

In the RIAA's case against Rolando Amurao's daughter, Audrey Amurao, Lava Records v. Amurao II, the RIAA has filed its reply papers, supporting its motion for summary judgment and opposing Ms. Amurao's cross-motion for summary judgment.

Plaintiffs' Reply Memorandum in connection with summary judgment motions

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is interesting. On page 14 near the bottom they declare the following:

". . . an affiant's testimony must be "based on personal knowledge, as opposed to information and belief."

Isn't this what their whole campaign of terror is based on initially?

(Mr. Pot, there's a call for you from a Mr. Kettle)