What to do about these smaller Doe filesharing cases?

The bittorrent cases are speeding up, both in number of cases filed, and in the issues relating to the cases. Judges are smartening up to what is going on, and I am seeing the smaller “Does 1-23” cases ripped to shreds in the courts. But, because they are so small, the activities in each case … Read more

Congratulations to the Cashman Law Firm, PLLC clients now dismissed from the Maverick Entertainment Group v. Does case.

Congratulations to clients of the Cashman Law Firm, PLLC (and now former defendants in the case) who were dismissed today from the Maverick Entertainment Group, Inc. v. Does 1-2,115 case (1:10-cv-00569-BAH) in the US District Court for the District of Columbia. Those of us who have been following this case (along with our clients) had … Read more

Are you guilty if pirates use your internet?

I was very impressed to see TorrentFreak.com write two articles entitled, “Are You Guilty If Pirates Use Your Internet? Lawyer Says NO,” and “Are You Guilty If Pirates Use Your Internet? Lawyer Says YES,” respectively. Up front, I commend both attorneys Randazza and Ranallo for their contributions to these articles. Too many people are falling … Read more