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Former MP3tunes founder appeals court decision

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 04 Nov 2009 16:44 User comments (1)

Former MP3tunes founder appeals court decision Former MP3tunes founder Michael Robertson was sued by EMI two years ago over the site and the company tried to go after his personal assets in an effort to bankrupt him and set an example.
Last year, a judge ruled that EMI could not go after his personal assets and throw that part of the case out.

Unfortunately for Robertson, a new ruling last month gave EMI a loophole to go after the man's personal assets again. A key witness in the case (a former MP3tunes director) was paid off by EMI (allegedly) to change her deposition in the decision.

Today, Robertson has filed an appeal on the decision in New York, a "motion for reconsideration or alternately certification for interlocutory."

We will keep you updated.

You can read more about EMI's "lies" here: MichaelRobertson.com

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17.11.2009 21:58

Screw EMI.

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