Monday, June 1, 2009

Labels state their case against Jammie Thomas

It lacks the comic relief of Jammie Thomas' brief, but the record label plaintiffs have filed their own Statement of the Case, giving a straightforward account of what they intend to prove at the June 15 re-trial of the Minnesota woman who was found liable for peer-to-peer copyright infringement and ordered to pay $222,000 in statutory damages in the first round.

Trial starts in Minneapolis June 15; the parties estimate about five days of total testimony.

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