p2pnet news view RIAA | P2P:- I’ve just spoken with a jubilant Jammie Thomas, the woman Vivendi Universal, EMI, Warner Music and Sony Music’s RIAA tried to nail to the wall with a bill of almost a quarter of a million dollars.
She’s over the moon because only days after learning Brian Toder, her previous legal representative, had decided discretion was the better part of valour, leaving her fend for herself against the Big 4 music labels, another lawyer has come forward with an offer of pro bono help.
He’s K.A.D. Camara from Camara & Sibley in Houston, Texas, says Jammie.
And, “He’s the youngest person in history to graduate from Harvard Law school with honors,” she points out.
Nor will her trial — or, rather, her retrial — be delayed, as was expected.
It’ll now go forward on June 15, as slated.
“I’m so happy !” – Jammie said.
That didn’t take long.
Definitely stay tuned.
UPDATE: – Also see Jammie`s new lawyer KAD Camara v the RIAA
Jon Newton – p2pnet
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