Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Ms. Lindor Presses for Agreements Among Competitors to be Turned Over to Support "Copyright Misuse" Defense

In further support of her motion to compel discovery, Ms. Lindor has replied to the June 29th opposition filed by the RIAA, pointing out that the "copyright misuse" defense is "alive and well" in the Second Circuit, and has been for at least some 40 years, in UMG v. Lindor:

July 3, 2007, Letter of Ray Beckerman (Discovery into copyright misuse)*

* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation

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AMD FanBoi said...


Clicking on the link does not bring up a document. No error message, but no document either.

Regarding these documents overall: You will not know the level of conspiracy involved until these documents are turned over. That makes them essential evidence, as I hope the court will recognize.

bbsux said...

I can't get the pdf to show up...

raybeckerman said...

Thanks.... I fixed it.