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

Michigan Targeted By A New Copyright Troll: Fathers and Daughters Nevada LLC

Michigan Targeted By A New Copyright Troll: Fathers and Daughters Nevada LLC Fathers and Daughters Nevada LLC has file a federal copyright infringement lawsuit involving the film titled “Fathers and Daughters.” The film was directed by Gabriele Muccino and features Russell Crowe, Amanda Seyfried and Aaron Paul. The film is about a

Who You Hire To Defend Against Malibu Media LLC Matters – Beware the Rookie

Malibu Media LLC is a porn company filing the most federal copyright lawsuits in history. For a great background article on Malibu Media LLC lawsuits in the Northern District of Illinois, see this article by the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin including an interview with Jeffrey Antonelli, see the article below: “There were

Torn Pictures Production Ltd. – Judge Approves 10, not 21 Doe Defendants

Torn Pictures Production Update – Judge Approves 10, not 21 Doe Defendants Torn Pictures Productions Limited is a company that appeared on the court docket in mid-December 2015 after filing 5 multiple Doe cases in the Northern District of Illinois. These cases targeted a total of 124 Does. Just last week, the