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DieTrollDie Re-Blog: How copyright trolls are forcing defendants deeper into the federal cases, and how to respond.

DISCLAIMER: In this article I speak a lot about plaintiff attorneys cheating their own copyright holder clients, billing them “by the hour” (rather than the conventional method of accepting the copyright holder clients “on contingency”), and in some cases, wasting time to generate additional billing to their own clients.   1,766 more words

Copyright Infringement

John Steele & Prenda Law Inc. cabal sanctioned and fined $500,000 for bittorrent "copyright trolling" activities.

Monday’s order against John Steele / Prenda Law Inc. / Steele|Hansmeier (no matter which of these entities hurt you through their “copyright trolling” activities) is nothing other than a wonderful victory for justice, and I thank and commend the lawyers involved in bringing justice to one of the worst sets of copyright infringement (bittorrent-based) cases I have seen in my law career. 794 more words

Copyright Infringement

Siemens Product Lifecycle Software: Copyright Troll?

This is one of the more difficult blog entries to write, because the “Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc.” case is not the typical bittorrent extortion case, but rather, more of a “compulsory licensing” case. 503 more words

Copyright Infringement