If you have received a letter from an attorney representing Innovative Sports Management or a summons and lawsuit complaint, you’re being sued.
Numerous lawsuits have been filed by Innovative Sports Management, Inc. d/b/a Integrated Sports Media alleging that defendants illegally streamed their pay per view events such as “Pre-Copa America 2019: El Salvador vs. Haiti” and “’Clash of the Cruiserweights’ Krysztof Woldarczyk v. Grigory Drozd”.
Innovative Sports Management is alleging that defendants illegally streamed their PPV events at a commercial location using a non-commercial satellite subscription, a pirate/black box, or a satellite subscription hack. Some defendants have been targeted due to the fact that they showed a PPV event at their restaurant or bar without the proper satellite subscription. No matter the specific circumstance, they are alleging that the proper fees weren’t paid, and their material was viewed illegally.
Call 312-201-8310 or reach out online to discuss your case with an experienced copyright infringement attorney.
Our team has helped nearly 3,000 clients across the nation resolve their case. We are prepared to fight on your behalf and resolve your case as quickly as possible.
You should first remain calm, then speak with an experienced copyright infringement law firm. We can discuss your specific case and advise the best option or options for you. We aim to help you resolve your case as quickly and smoothly as possible.
Your options are normally:
- Settle your case outside of court– This option will only be available to you if you have not yet received a court summons and lawsuit complaint. The option to settle out of court is typically less expensive.
- Fight the case in court– If you choose, you can fight your case in court (though if you have received a summons you must take your case to court).