Archive: June 14, 2006

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Court’s Chambers Used to Make Forensic Image of Defendant’s Hard Drive; Court Enters Protective Order Directing Plaintiffs Not to Disclose Contents Unrelated to the Action

Court’s Chambers Used to Make Forensic Image of Defendant’s Hard Drive; Court Enters Protective Order Directing Plaintiffs Not to Disclose Contents Unrelated to the Action

Warner Bros. Records, Inc. v. Souther, 2006 WL 1549689 (W.D.N.C. June 1, 2006)

In this case, plaintiffs sued for copyright infringement, contending that defendant unlawfully downloaded and distributed copyrighted materials through the use of a peer-to-peer, online media distribution system. Defendant denied the allegations and further denied giving anyone permission to use the computer to conduct the activities complained of. Discovery disputes ensued, and plaintiffs filed motions to extend the discovery deadline and to compel full and complete answers to interrogatories. Read More

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