Thanks to the reader of our blog brought to my attention an excellent article in the Union Leader about UMG Recordings v. Roy, a case in which the defendant is represented by the Consumer and Commercial Law Clinic of the Franklin Pierce Law Center in Concord, New Hampshire:
NH woman fights back against music industryComplete article
By DAN TUOHY
New Hampshire Union Leader
Monday, Jan. 26, 2009
The music industry is singing a different tune to defend against illegal downloads, targeting Internet service providers instead of end users.
But the Recording Industry Association of America says pending lawsuits, including one involving a New Hampshire woman, will move forward.
Students at Franklin Pierce Law Center are counting on it. The woman, Mavis Roy of Hudson, has called on legal clinics at the state's only law school to represent her as she fights the charges in federal court this year.
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