Outspoken Harvard Law School professor Charles Nesson portrayed his client as one of countless young people who started downloading music without permission in 1999 at a high-profile copyright infringement trial in Boston's federal court. Nesson is representing Boston University graduate student Joel Tenenbaum in a case filed by several record companies and the Recording Industry Association of America against college students for making illegal Internet music downloads.
Colorful Opening Statements on Display in Boston Music Downloading Trial
The National Law Journal
July 29, 2009