Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Yet another RIAA collection case mysteriously withdrawn due to factual inacurracies

Yet another RIAA collection case has been withdrawn, due to "factual inacurracies", in RIAA v. Atkinson.

Motion for Voluntary Dismissal

[Ed. note. Strange goings on in RIAA-land. What does it all mean? Could Timothy Reynolds and Matthew Oppenheim and his gang have supplied the collection lawyer with "factual inaccuracies"? They wouldn't do something like that, would they? And for you non-lawyers out there wondering "is this normal?" the answer is no...it's highly irregular. -R.B.]

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Scott said...

Can the plaintiff refile after a voluntary dismissal?

Anonymous said...

They appeared to have settled: http://joelfightsback.com/2009/03/mr-atkinsons-settlement/