Tag Archives: Joel Tenenbaum

Piracy Defense Lawyer Has Got Some Brass Ones

Posted by on January 6, 2010

Charles Nesson, the defense attorney in the case of Sony v. Tenenbaum, the second ever P2P civil trial, is possibly the most entertaining lawyer of all time. First he started asking potential jurors about turtlenecks, then he got bizarrely existential and now he’s asking for a re-trial, saying piracy is the music industry’s fault… for […]

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Defense Attorney In Copyright Infringement Trial Would Like Your Thoughts On Pot, Turtlenecks

Posted by on July 29, 2009

One month after the Jammie Thomas-Rasset was ordered by the court to pay nearly $2 million in fines to Capitol, another major RIAA copyright case has begun in Boston, and this one’s already wacky. While the Thomas-Rasset case managed to select its jury in an hour and a half, the defense for Boston University graduate […]

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