Duluth, Minn. - Accused file-swapper Jammie Thomas has new legal representation, after the attorney who represented her against the recording industry said he was out $130,000 in fees and not looking to add to that with a retrial, the blog Recording Industry vs. The People reported. Thomas, who was convicted of copyright infringement and ordered to pay $220,000, was granted a retrial after the judge said he erred in jury instructions. Thomas will be now represented in the retrial by Houston, Texas law firm Camara & Sibley, and St. Paul, Minnesota firm Reinhardt, Wendorf & Blanchfield.
(Recording Industry vs. The People)