Lawyers Plan Class-Action Against the RIAA

June 11, 2009

Lawyers in this year's two highest-profile file-sharing cases have joined forces as they plan to file a class-action lawsuit against the recording industry later this summer to get back the "$100+ million" that the RIAA "stole."

The recording industry has apparently spent millions of dollars on its litigation campaign against accused file-swappers, but if these two lawyers have their way, the RIAA will have to pay all the money back. Sweet!

Lawyer Kiwi Camara is joining forces with Harvard Law professor Charles Nesson to file a class-action lawsuit against the recording industry later this summer. The goal is to force the industry to pay back the alleged "$100+ million" it has collected over the last few years.

This might be one of the few times in my life that I’m rooting for a lawyer. Good luck, guys. 

Hit the Arstechnica website for the entire breakdown of the case…

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