Category: Dallas Buyers Club

Copyright Holders Celebrate Spring by Suing Hundreds of People Nationwide

Copyright Holders Celebrate Spring by Suing Hundreds of People Nationwide Every year, March brings with it many things – spring break, St. Patrick’s Day, and the NCAA basketball tournament – but unfortunately this year a fourth item has come forward: hundreds of BitTorrent Copyright cases filed nationwide this month alone. Most of

Feds Considering Changes to Copyright Act Statutory Damages

U.S. Department of Commerce Proposes Changes to Statutory Damages Under the Copyright Act Recently, the U.S. Department of Commerce Internet Policy Task Force issued a report proposing changes to the current statutory damages under the Copyright Act, “White Paper on Remixes, First Sale and Statutory Damages” In recent years, there has been

Digital Piracy – Protect Yourself Now

I was recently interviewed by the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, the “lawyer’s newspaper” printed in Chicago since 1854. Its the type of newspaper that older attorneys still read every day, delivered to their office, and contains the daily docket for state and federal courts in the Chicago metropolitan area. But the subject

Cobbler Nevada and Clear Skies Nevada Continue Targeting Does in September and October

Cobbler Nevada and Clear Skies Nevada Continue Targeting Does in September and October The months of September and October have been very busy for the attorneys representing Cobbler Nevada LLC and Clear Skies Nevada LLC. Cobbler Nevada LLC is a company filing federal copyright infringement lawsuits involving the film titled “The Cobbler.”