Friday, January 27, 2012

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Capitol Records opposes ReDigi summary judgment conference request

In Capitol Records v. ReDigi, plaintiff has submitted a letter opposing ReDigi's request for a premotion conference in connection with its contemplated summary judgment motion.

January 24, 2012, letter of Richard Mandel to Court

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Friday, January 20, 2012

ReDigi files answer & requests summary judgment conference in Capitol Records v ReDigi

In Capitol Records v. ReDigi, defendant has filed its answer, and requested a conference in contemplation of a summary judgment motion.

January 19th Letter of Morlan Ty Rogers requesting summary judgment premotion conference

Commentary & discussion:

Digital Music News
Aaron Sanders law blog

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Monday, January 09, 2012

Capitol Records sues ReDigi in federal court in Manhattan

On January 6th, Capitol Records filed a copyright infringement lawsuit, in federal court in Manhattan, against ReDigi Inc., a website which provides a used marketplace for digital music.

The judges assigned to the case are U. S. District Judge Richard J. Sullivan and U. S. Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck.

Attorneys for plaintiff are Cowan Leibowitz & Latman

Attorneys for defendant are Ray Beckerman, P.C.

Defendant's time to respond to the complaint expires January 27th.


Commentary & discussion:

New York Times
Kip Currier Copyright Blog

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Jammie Thomas-Rasset's time to file brief extended to February 6th

In Capitol Records v. Thomas-Rasset, defendant's motion to extend her time to file her brief to February 6th has been granted.

Order extending defendant's time to file brief responding to RIAA's brief

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Friday, January 06, 2012

Thomas-Rasset lawyers file consent motion to extend time to file brief

In Capitol Records v. Jammie Thomas-Rasset, defendant's lawyers have requested a 30-day extension of time in which to file their brief.

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Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Tenenbaum asks District Court not to grant remittitur unless it reduces to statutory minimum

In SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Tenenbaum, the first brief was filed by defendant Joel Tenenbaum. His brief appears to argue that the Court should not grant remittitur, unless it reduces the verdict to the statutory minimum.

Defendant's brief after remand

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