Monday, March 8, 2010

Labels: Nesson and Tenenbaum owe $2,249

The record label plaintiffs have detailed their expenses incurred in litigating a motion to compel Joel Tenenbaum to produce evidence regarding his defense team's posting of seven of the songs at issue in his copyright case to a publicly available web site -- expenses that Judge Nancy Gertner has ruled Tenenbaum and his counsel Charles Nesson must pay. The total: $2,250, representing 8.6 hours of work by two associates and a paralegal.

Declaration of Expenses re Motion to Compel

Having litigated similar motions, I think it's fair to say that Tenenbaum and Nesson are getting off pretty easy.

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