Thursday, December 01, 2005

"John Doe" Brings Motion in New York to Sever & Dismiss as to Does 2-25 and to Quash Subpoena

Another "John Doe" -- residing in the Midwest but sued in New York City -- has made a motion to quash the subpoena served upon his ISP, in Atlantic Records v. Does 1-25.

In addition, he has moved to dismiss the action as to John Does 2-25 on the ground that they were improperly joined in the case under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and settled caselaw.

Litigation documents:

Notice of motion
Exhibit A (Complaint)
Exhibit B (Ex Parte Order & Subpoena
Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E

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1 comment:

mobbyg said...

The ony thing more scarier than the RIAA thinking it can get away with all this, is the fact I can read and understand these documents all because I had to read and understand all my divorce papers!

Go get'em boys! The RIAA is soooo over the line....