NYCL Responds To RIAA Accusations
NewYorkCountryLawyer writes "You may recall that when the RIAA decided to run away with its tail between its legs in the long running Brooklyn case against a home health aide who has never used a computer, UMG v. Lindor, it decided to take some parting shots at the defendant and NewYorkCountryLawyer, asking for ‘discovery sanctions,’ and blaming them for its inability to prove its case. Today NYCL gave them his response, accusing the RIAA lawyers of persistent misstatements of fact (PDF) throughout their motion papers, and of flouting the rules and misstating the law (PDF). Although the RIAA’s motion papers took a number of shots at NYCL’s copyright law blog, ‘Recording Industry vs. The People,’ NYCL confined his response on that subject to a single footnote."Read more of this story at Slashdot.