CA District Court Decides on the Definition of Copyright Infringement

A California Court Defines BitTorrent Copyright Infringement. Many things just happened in the Central District of California which no doubt will affect many (if not all of the Ingenuity 13 LLC cases, along with all of the Guava cases, and the AF Holdings LLC) cases. In short, California is no longer a troll-friendly place to … Read more

Hard Drive Productions lawsuit is DEAD and Prenda attorneys still calling.

Prenda Law Inc. seeking settlements AFTER their Hard Drive Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-1,495 (Case No. 1:11-cv-01741) was dismissed.

Hundreds of John Doe Defendants Hidden in Anti-Piracy Law Groups’s “Single John Doe” Lawsuits

Anti Piracy Law Group (John Steele) files HUNDREDS of lawsuits; the difference here is that each lawsuit sues a SINGLE DEFENDANT — a Single “John Doe” Defendant. This eliminates our Cashman Law Firm’s “joinder” defense against mass-bittorrent-based copyright infringement lawsuits. BACKGROUND: I originally wrote about the Joinder Defense, which according to the Federal Rules of … Read more

DING-DOHNG, THE HARD DRIVE PRODUCTIONS CASE IS DEAD!

I don’t know how to say this other than in my field of work, it is not often that I am shocked.  I often speak to local counsel who get excited that they are handling a “porn” case.  Just a few days ago, I called one of Steele’s (a.k.a., “Anti-Piracy Law Group”) local counsel.  When … Read more