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RIAA Confusion In Tenenbaum & Thomas Cases?

January 28th, 2010 01:02 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

NewYorkCountryLawyer writes “There seems to be a bit of confusion in RIAA-land these days, caused by the only 2 cases that ever went to trial, Capitol Records v. Thomas-Rasset in Minnesota, and SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Tenenbaum, in Boston. In both cases, the RIAA has recently asked for extensions of time. In Thomas-Rasset, they’ve asked for more time to make up their mind as to whether to accept the reduced verdict of $54,000 the judge has offered them, and in Tenenbaum they’ve twice asked for more time to prepare their papers opposing Tenenbaum’s motion for remittitur. What is more, it has been reported that after the reduction of the verdict, the RIAA offered to settle with Ms. Thomas-Rasset for $25,000, but she turned them down.”

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