Wednesday, November 26, 2008

In SUNY Albany case, Arista Records v. Does 1-16, defendant's counsel advises Court of London-Sire Records v. Does 1-4 ruling

In Arista Records v. Does 1-16, the case targeting students at SUNY Albany, defendant's lawyer advised the Court of the recent ruling in a Boston University case, London-Sire Records v. Does 1-4. In the Albany case, defendants' motion to quash the subpoena is pending.

Supplemental Declaration of Richard A. Altman

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Jadeic said...

News travels fast... said...

@Jadeic, not really, its just that this blog brings to light a lot of stuff that used to be swept under the carpet just a few years ago.

The industry used to get away with SOOO much before but now they have a guy watching over their shoulder... a very 'vexatious' guy in some peoples eyes.