I just came across this blog post on Boston.com's Metro Desk: Defendant's lawyer puts on a show in illegal downloading case.
Globe staff writer, Jonathan Salzman describes the courtroom antics of "Charles Nesson, the flamboyant Harvard Law School professor defending a college student accused of illegally downloading and sharing music online," has used to make the case that his client is not responsible for copyright infringement. At the time of this post, there were over 40 comments to the post. I wanted to share my two cents on the subject, which I posted in the comments section earlier tonight.
Tue, Jun 30, 2009
Fordham University (Lincoln Center)
New York, NY
NARIP's Art of the Music Deal series continues, this time with top music attorneys duking out a 360 deal. Join this special program and mock negotiation with special guest speakers M. JAMES COOPERMAN, Esq., COO & EVP Business and Legal Affairs of
Wind-Up Entertainment and DINA LaPOLT, Esq. of LaPolt Law.
Also joining the panel is Lisa Van Zuidam - Chief Financial Officer & Chief Operating Officer,
Tenth Street Entertainment and The Eleven Seven Music Group.
Get more details and register now at www.narip.com