Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Jammie Thomas files papers in opposition to RIAA's motion for permission to appeal in Capitol Records v. Thomas

In Capitol Records v. Thomas, defendant Jammie Thomas has filed papers opposing the RIAA's motion for permission to file an immediate appeal from the Court's September 24, 2008, decision.

Defendant's memorandum of law in opposition

Commentary & discussion:


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Anonymous said...

That sound that this man is hearing he hopes is that of the door slamming firmly shut on these plaintiffs and their frivolous invented interpretations of the clearly stated law. Perhaps with so many cases in play they simply forgot in just which circuit this case is being tried.

{The Common Man Speaking}

Anonymous said...

Go Jammie, Go!