Our TorrentLawyer blog has grown to over 200+ articles in 7 years, and it has become difficult for an accused “John Doe” defendant to sift through all of the older cases and articles to understand what to do with the subpoena letter they received from their Internet Provider. They need quick answers and immediate help, and for this reason, I am launching what I am calling, “TorrentLawyer University“.
To facilitate the organization of the legal topics (and to separate them from other articles written in the context of a copyright holder or lawsuit), I will organize these articles into relevant topics marked in the “Education” section of our TorrentLawyer blog. I have also written an introductory page which I will do my best to keep up to date.
Of course, continue to read the articles written on the TorrentLawyer blog! They will obviously be more content rich, relevant, and specific to the ‘copyright troll’ issues and cases as they appear in our Cashman Law Firm, PLLC’s bittorrent law practice. Plus, we have a good time writing these articles, so there is humor and innuendo, something we will do our best to keep out of the information-based articles written under the TorrentLawyer University ‘Education‘ tag section of the blog.
One thing to note: This will be an evolving project, and keeping the blog itself up to date is an enormous undertaking which requires time, resources, and a lot of research and fact checking. So over time, I will populate the TorrentLawyer University section of the blog with articles, but this won’t happen immediately. For the moment, if there is a topic that a reader is looking for help with and you cannot find it on the blog, just e-mail me or message me, and I’ll do my best to get that question answered for you.
CONTACT FORM: If you have a question or comment about what I have written, and you want to keep it *for my eyes only*, please feel free to use the form below. The information you post will be e-mailed to me, and I will be happy to respond.
NOTE: No attorney client relationship is established by sending this form, and while the attorney-client privilege (which keeps everything that you share confidential and private) attaches immediately when you contact me, I do not become your attorney until we sign a contract together. That being said, please do not state anything “incriminating” about your case when using this form, or more practically, in any e-mail.