The Swedish court of appeals is getting closer to deciding whether the judge who handled the case involving The Pirate Bay file-sharing service was biased.
The court is waiting for comments from Per E Samuelson, who defended Carl Lundstr
"I can't give an exact date, but our goal is to handle this as fast as possible," said Fredrik Sj
Allegations of a conflict of interest were leveled at the district court judge, Tomas Norstr
During the last 10 days, the court of appeals has received comments on the issue from the district court, the prosecutor and lawyers from the music and movie industries.
They are all of the opinion that Norstr
Roswall also attacked Samuelson for not sticking to facts and making loose assumptions when trying to prove that there was a conflict of interest. So it shouldn't come as a surprise that Samuelson wants the chance to file another round of comments to defend himself.
Monique Wadsted and Peter Danowsky, lawyers who represented the entertainment industry in The Pirate Bay case, filed their comments Monday, and said only that they agreed with the district court and Roswall. Their view that Norstr