News and Notes from Summer 2011
I’ve been staying busy with some interesting cases. Here are a few press clippings that may be of interest:
- I was quoted in CNNMoney.com regarding the BitTorrent cases and some of my experience in representing some of the people caught up in this practice: 50,000 BitTorrent users sued for alleged illegal downloads.
- One of my more interesting cases, a domain name matter brought by the Bureau of Libya under the Gaddafi regime, was recently featured in A fight over ‘Libya:’ The revolution complicates a cybersquatting case in Washington by the National Law Journal (subscription required).
- An article in Patch.com explained the state of BitTorrent case in the State of Maryland: Comcast, Verizon Ordered To ID Subscribers to Pornographers. I recently represented a client that was dismissed from a matter in Maryland and I have a few quotes near the end of the article.
I feel blessed to work with so many good people on interesting cases like these. If you’re looking to contact me for help on similar cases, you can visit my law firm’s website.