Wednesday, November 03, 2010

According to court records Capitol v Thomas-Rasset damages retrial commenced yesterday, continued today

According to court records, the damages retrial in
Capitol Records v. Thomas-Rasset commenced yesterday and was continued today, Prof. Nesson was granted leave to file an amicus brief, and the RIAA filed a responding brief.

Nesson amicus brief
RIAA response

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Anonymous said...


Justin Olbrantz (Quantam) said...

Something I've been wondering for a while, Ray: for judgments like the $1.5 million in this case, is bankruptcy an option? I've heard yes from some and no from others, but I haven't heard a lawyer in the corresponding field answer that.

Anonymous said...

I'm sure you'll see this very soon if you haven't already, but it appears there has been a verdict.

Can we get on with the appeal already?


raybeckerman said...

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has posted a memo about bankruptcy.