RIAA backs down after getting letter from defendant’s lawyer

In the California case of SONY BMG v. Merchant the defendant’s lawyer wrote the RIAA a rather stern letter recounting how weak their evidence was, referring to the deposition of the RIAA’s expert witness, and threatening a malicious prosecution lawsuit. That same day the RIAA put its tail between its legs and dropped the case.

So is the question when was the last time you got an industry power house to back down from your threats? or is the real question how did this lawyer get the RIAA to back down?

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