Viacom And Google Reprimanded By Frustrated Judge
In what is starting to become the tech equivalent of the OJ Simpson trial, The Hollywood Reporter says that the judge in the Viacom litigation against YouTube/Google has grown frustrated with delays and resistance by both sides to the discovery efforts of one another. Discovery is a pre-trial phase of litigation in which attorneys exchange documents, information, and question important witnesses in the case. The publication reports that the judge rebuked both sides for their “gamesmanship” in the conduct of the lawsuit.
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