Thursday, February 05, 2009

Record companies assign judgment to RIAA, bring judgment enforcement proceeding, in RIAA v. Buckley

In a case called RIAA v. Buckley, in Massachusetts, the record company plaintiffs apparently assigned their default judgment to the RIAA, and the RIAA is now bringing proceedings to enforce the judgment.

Motion to enforce judgment

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1 comment:

Alter_Fritz said...

Do I understand it correctly that "Evil4"...
sorry of course I meant "those best-known and most well-respected record companies in the United States and the world"
that these Warner Music, EMI, Vivendi Universal and Sony BMG guys now throwing their strawmen the RIAA-GESTAPO guys Carlos L. Mich B. Cary S. and all the other guys from RIAA and their illegal investigators that did not manage to get a job either as Judge or as a guy in governmental positions under the bus in so far that the labels now officially let them feel the heat of the dirty work?

Maybe my hopings I expressed a few weeks ago on that Evil4 is finished by december 31st this year will come true earlier then I thought!