Thursday, June 11, 2009

RIAA asks for additional discovery & extension of deadline in SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Tenenbaum

In SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Tenenbaum, the RIAA has filed a motion seeking to modify the discovery schedule by allowing them further discovery, and extending the deadline for summary judgment motions.

In their motion they ask for the judge to allow defendant only 2 business days to respond (motion was filed Thursday June 11th, asks for opposition papers to be due on Monday June 15th).

Plaintiffs' motion to modify discovery schedule, obtain new discovery, postpone summary judgment motions

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Anonymous said...

But see Plaintiffs' motion to accelerate June 5th hearing and for permission to conduct Chicago deposition of unnamed witness by telephone
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I HIGHLY doubt this move is very professional, except to raise the issues surrounding discovery deadlines. That raises the question - is this childish tit-for-tat, or is it just simply questionable tactics?

- Quiet Lurker

raybeckerman said...

Why can't it be BOTH "childish tit-for-tat" AND "questionable tactics"?