Monday, March 03, 2008

RIAA responds to letters in Barker and Cassin cases, arguing against Brennan and citing LaFace v. Does 1-5

In Elektra v. Barker and Warner v. Cassin, the RIAA has written to Judges Karas and Robinson, arguing against the application of Atlantic v. Brennan and in favor of the application of LaFace v. Does 1-5.

February 28, 2008, Letter of Brian E. Moran to Hon. Kenneth M. Karas in Elektra v. Barker*
February 28, 2008, Letter of Brian E. Moran to Hon. Stephen C. Robinson in Warner v. Cassin*.

* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This should have been the RIAA Plaintiffs very favorite kind of case. One where the Defendant is never heard from at all. If only these pesky judges would quit thinking for themselves and just do what the lawyers tell them to do, all would be perfect.