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Impoundment Issues and an Agreement on "Narrowed" Subpoenas in SCEA v. Hotz - Updated

Mar 04, 2011, 19:34 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Pamela Jones)

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"The parties in SCEA v. Hotz have been trying to work out their differences about the impoundment protocol. The parties can't agree, so they have written a joint letter to the magistrate judge, Judge Joseph Spero, laying out their conflicting positions. If you recall, the presiding judge, Hon. Susan Illston, told the parties to work these things out with the magistrate judge. So this is following up with that directive.

"The parties have reach an agreement on the scope of the third-party subpoenas on Bluehost, Twitter, Google, YouTube, Softlayer and such regarding jurisdictional discovery that Sony feels it needs to counter George Hotz's Motion to Dismiss. Or more exactly, SCEA says they have reached agreement. The parties still don't agree on subpoena to Paypal, an issue already before the court.

"The SCEA letter to the magistrate judge regarding the subpoenas states:"

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