Copyright Trolling

traverselegal - July 17, 2013 - Copyright Law, Internet Copyright Infringement

Wikipedia defines a Copyright Troll as a party that enforces copyrights it owns for the purposes of making money through litigation in a manner considered unduly aggressive or opportunistic. The attorneys at Traverse Legal have vast experience in dealing with copyright trolls. Generally, copyright trolling contemplates a federal lawsuit identifying the illegal downloading of copyrighted videos or movies. The plaintiff identifies numerous IP addresses and then issues a subpoena to your cable company or other internet service provider to obtain the registrant of the IP address. Typically, the IP address registrant will receive a notice from their ISP provider that they have been named in a lawsuit.

If you have been named in a copyright infringement lawsuit in the manner just described, contact the attorneys at Traverse Legal for aggressive representation in resolving your copyright infringement matter.

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