Originally Posted by mobius.media
Thanks, Terry. I guess we'll have to wait til then.
It seems vaguely interesting to me - again, don't quote me on this, I'm woefully underqualified to discuss the implications of discovery disputes - that Limewire is seeking copies of all the contracts the record labels have with the artists of the sound recordings that the labels are specifically seeking damages for. I think the idea is that Limewire wants to introduce it as evidence to influence the jury's determination of statutory damages should the case reach trial.
Thanks mobius, I hadn't been following the case till I saw this post and was a little surprised that it was still going through and moving closer to trial. It should be interesting to see how this plays out, especially considering the recent movement in the Tenenbaum, Thomas-Rasset, and Harper appeals: the next few months may provide some new contours in the area of statutory damages relating to P2P infringement.