Monday, January 22, 2007

Court denies Ms. Lindor's son's request for expert witess fees; Maverick v. Goldshteyn case settled

UMG V. Lindor

At a conference held on January 17, 2007, in UMG v. Lindor, the Magistrate denied Ms. Lindor's son's request for expert witness fees in connection with the plaintiffs' motion to compel, in support of which plaintiffs had appended a declaration of their expert witness, Dr. Doug Jacobson:

Docket entry of January 17, 2007, conference*

Subsequent to the conference, a list was submitted by Ms. Lindor's attorneys of the outstanding discovery motions:

January 20, 2007, Letter of Ray Beckerman to Magistrate Levy*

Maverick v. Goldshetyn

That same day, in a separate settlement conference, in Maverick v. Goldshteyn, the Goldshteyn was settled:

Docket entry of January 17, 2007, conference*

Both cases are in the US District Court for the Eastern District of New York, in Brooklyn, where all RIAA cases are assigned to District Court Judge Trager and Magistrate Judge Levy.

* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation

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Alter_Fritz said...

Maverick v. Goldshteyn
Are you allowed to tell us how the settlement looks like?

raybeckerman said...

I'll assume that I'm not. But I believe there will be a publicly filed stipulation and order entered.