Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Plaintiffs file response to scheduling order in SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Tenenbaum

In SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Tenenbaum, plaintiffs have filed their response to the Court's scheduling order.

Plaintiffs' response to scheduling order

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Alter_Fritz said...

request: Ray would you be please so nice to check what it is about with this "yet another computer" in another jurisdiction?

IIRC there were only 2 (two) computers [both of which are NOT the ones where the alleged/admitted filesharing that was "detected" took place on and where the judge Gertner here already ruled that one of those 2 are irrelevant] at issue so far and not some other computers "far far away".

I'm extremely curious what this is about with this 4th computer in another jurisdiction!

raybeckerman said...

I have no idea what it's referring to.

Alter_Fritz said...

No problem Ray, I will send Danny a mail then. :-)

Alter_Fritz said...

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Hi Mr. Cloherty,

via http://recordingindustryvspeople.blogspot.com/2009/06/plaintiffs-file-response-to-scheduling.html
I noticed that you claimed that there is a motion to compel the
production of a computer that is located in the district of Rhode
Island pending that your clients are waiting for to be ruled about by
the Court for the District of Rhode Island.

Given that Judge Gertner already ruled that a certain computer out of
a set of 2 is irrelevant, I'm extremely curious what computer this
Rhode Island thingy is about.

It would be nice if you could send me a copy of the papers regarding
this "yet another computer" for free.

Thank you!

lets see if Daniel is a nice man :-)