On the jury deliberations:
We worked in a spirit of true compromise. We worked very well together. It wasn't easy to get to a number.... The jurors were very fair, very diligent, very careful. It gave me confidence we made the right decision.On Joel Tenenbaum:
He was a very likable young man. It would be very interesting to talk to him personally.What did he think of Tenenbaum's conduct? Did he find it morally culpable, or simply typical behavior of people in the defendant's generation?
There was an element of culpability. But I also recognize there are a lot of people in the same boat.What does he think about the record labels' litigation campaign against individual peer-to-peer users?
We wish there was another way that all parties could be satisfied. But this is a business, and they have the right to enforce their rights.Did Tenenbaum's admitted lying in written discovery responses and at his first deposition play a significant role in the jury's award of damages?
I don't think it had much impact. Our verdict was based on the evidence already provided. The plaintiffs' evidence was very comprehensive.What was his impression of Tenenbaum counsel Charles Nesson?
He was very interesting. It would be fun to sit down and talk with him. There was a minefield of facts he had to negotiate. He approached it in the best way he could. He was very persuasive.