Tuesday, July 14, 2009

RIAA moves for "clarification" of scheduling of summary judgment briefs

The RIAA has made what it terms a motion for "clarification" in SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Tenenbaum in which it asks the Court to require defendant's summary judgment opposition papers to be filed on July 17th rather than on July 20th.

Plaintiffs' motion for "clarification"

Update 7/15/09 12:33 pm. Court subsequently ordered that opposition papers would continue to be due on July 17th, and that only the briefing on the supplemental issue was required to be filed by July 20th.

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1 comment:

T said...

how old are you? :)