Thursday, May 15, 2008

Motions to quash and to strike under submission in second University of Maine case, Atlantic v. Does 1-14

In the second "John Doe" case, targeting University of Maine students, Atlantic v. Does 1-14 the defendant's motion to quash and motion to strike the Linares declaration have now been fully submitted and are awaiting decision.

RIAA opposition memo*
Defendant's reply memo*

* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation

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Anonymous said...

I am coming to realize just what a waste of time reading the RIAA filings has become. Simply reading the Defense memos, replies, and motions tells you everything you need to know about how flawed the RIAA arguments truly are.


raybeckerman said...

Yes they are professional liars. But maybe the chickens are coming home to roost as the judges are starting to realize that they have been misled.