E-Commerce - Online Piracy

Recent legislation directed at online piracy, the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA), generated a lot of attention. That attention surrounded concerns over the legislation’s breadth and external effects. While detractors’ concerns are understandable, the problem of online piracy is real. But there are legal mechanisms in place to combat online piracy, and those mechanisms are being used by prosecutors and private parties.

Whether you find yourself the subject of an online piracy dispute or investigation or whether you believe another party is pirating your content, Ifrah Law has an approach we can tailor to address your issues. Ifrah lawyers not only understand the existing legal landscape, we also have a developed understanding of the technologies and platforms that frame what it means to do business on the Internet. We know our way around relevant civil and criminal laws, including the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Combining our knowledge and persistence, we have achieved record results for clients seeking content take-downs and for clients defending their materials.

Ifrah Law has handled legal disputes for and against Internet marketers, Internet service providers, companies operating websites, “app” developers and Internet advertisers. We represent many of the largest interactive gaming companies and industry associations in the world. Our considerable experience includes both criminal defense and civil litigation. Our services include counseling, prosecution, litigation, dispute resolution, and trademark and copyright matters.

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