Monday, September 14, 2009

RIAA lawyers refuse extension of time in SONY v Tenenbaum

In SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Tenenbaum, defendant has moved for an extension of time in which to oppose plaintiffs' motion for an injunction, after plaintiffs' lawyers rejected his request.

Defendant's motion for extension of time



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3 comments:

Jadeic said...

Sounds more legitimate than some of the spurious 'sorry I am conducting another unspecified case in another unspecified jurisdiction' reasons for extensions granted to the RIAA litigation team members.

Dave

DreadWingKnight said...

Isn't this just the RIAA opposing anything and everything that could mean they lose?

David said...

Isn't this just the RIAA opposing anything and everything that could mean the other side would have a fair chance?