The RIAA's lawyers have asked for extensions of time in both Capitol Records v. Thomas-Rasset and SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Tenenbaum.
In Tenenbaum they've twice asked for extensions of time in which to respond to Tenenbaum's remittitur motion, and in Thomas-Rasset they've asked for an extension of time in which to decide whether to accept or to challenge the reduced $54,000 verdict.
SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Tenenbaum second RIAA request for extension of time to answer remittitur motion
Capitol Records v. Thomas-Rasset RIAA request for extension of time in which to make up its mind about accepting or challenging reduced verdict
[Ed. note. What's the problem? Not enough lawyers? - R.B.]
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