Monday, April 27, 2009

Denise Cloud moves for leave to respond to DOJ brief in Philadelphia case, SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Cloud

In the Philadelphia case in which the Department of Justice filed a brief defending the constitutionality of the RIAA's statuory damages theory, SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Cloud, the defendant has requested leave to file a response to the Government's brief.

Defendant's motion for leave to respond to DOJ brief

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1 comment:

derivative said...

The RIAA agreed to let her file a response? Without a major arm-twisting?

What is going on here????