Friday, May 22, 2009

In Capitol Records v. Thomas,Hearing Set for June 10,Trial Set for June 15,Caption amended to reflect Ms. Thomas's new married name

In Capitol Records v. Thomas, the Court entered orders indicating that there are pretrial motions scheduled for June 10th, the trial continues to be scheduled to begin June 15th, and the caption is amended to reflect Ms. Thomas's new married name, Jammie Thomas-Rasset.

The scheduling order provides that the defendant herself is required to appear at the June 10th hearing. There is no similar provision requiring the plaintiffs to appear at that hearing.

Scheduling order
Order permitting change of defendant's name in caption

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Why aren't Plaintiffs required to attend?