Monday, March 30, 2009

Two veteran litigation lawyers join defendant's legal team in SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Tenenbaum

Two veteran litigators have joined the defendant's legal team in SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Tenenbaum.

They are Matthew Kamholtz and Matthew Feinberg of the Boston firm, Feinberg & Kamholtz.

Notice of appearance of Matthew Feinberg
Notice of appearance of Matthew Kamholtz



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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't know if this says something good or bad about the way Dr. Nesson has been handling this, but I am glad that Tenenbaum is getting more help.

Ray Beckerman said...

I think it speaks well for the handling of the case that they are bringing in regular litigation attorneys, to help round out their team.

A day-in, day-out trial lawyer, like myself, brings a different and useful perspective.

Anonymous said...

This man feels that by Dr. Nesson coming into this case first and raising it above the noise level of so many of these similar boilerplate mass-litigation efforts of the RIAA that he must be given some large degree of credit for any and all good things that follow from that - including the addition of these new, skilled litigators.

{The Common Man Speaking}

Matthew said...

All I can say is good luck to the other two Matthews litigating this!