Charles Nesson, the Harvard law professor who failed to defeat record labels in a court case which found Joel Tenenbaum guilty of filesharing, says he is “counting on winning on appeal” and plans to file a class action suit against major labels over their series of lawsuits against file-sharers. With Tenenbaum having been fined USD $675,00 for sharing thirty songs, Nesson argues that “the law here is off base” but an article in Ars Technica cites one of Nesson’s students who calls the professor “notoriously eccentric” and admits being “absolutely petrified” at the possibility of being disbarred as a result of her involvement in the case.

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