Thursday, April 17, 2008

Defendant in Indiana case, Priority v. Vines, files reply brief in support of motion to dismiss, cites Barker, London-Sire

In Priority v. Vines, an Indianapolis case against an Indiana University student, the defendant has filed a reply brief citing Elektra v. Barker and London-Sire v. Doe, both of which agreed with Atlantic v. Brennan in rejecting the RIAA's "making available" theory.

Defendant's reply brief in support of motion to dismiss*

* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation

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Anonymous said...

Simple, concise, elegant, deadly. The Plaintiffs have no case because they can allege no valid cause of action.


raybeckerman said...

Several confusing comments rejected for different reasons.