Friday, May 11, 2007

Ms. Stubbs Opposes RIAA's "Renewed" Motion to Dismiss Counterclaims

Ms. Stubbs has filed opposition papers to the RIAA's "renewed" motion to dismiss counterclaims in Warner v. Stubbs.

Defendant's Objections to Plaintiffs' Renewed Motion to Dismiss Counterclaims

Defendant is represented by Marilyn Barringer-Thomson, the same attorney who represents Debbie Foster in Capitol v. Foster.

* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation

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1 comment:

AMD FanBoi said...

Comes now the Defendant Mrs. Tallie Stubbs (hereinafter “Mrs. Stubbs”) and states the
following objections and response to Plaintiffs’ One Hundredth Motion to Dismiss Counterclaims filed...

(bold text for those who might have missed the intent otherwise on a quick read through.)

Btw, a covenant to not sue could hardly be expected to provide the future legal immunity to other claims by other Plaintiff's (e.g. individual record companies) relying on the same weak evidence to harass someone who fights back that a judgment of non-infringement would offer. Clearly if Plaintiff's truly believed there was no difference between them in actual effect, they wouldn't protest so strongly in favoring one over the other.