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Medical Licensing Test Prep Company Owner Extradited On November 5, 2012, the US Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey announced that one of the owners of the test prep company, called Optima University, made her initial appearance in a New Jersey Court after she was extradited from Latvia.
Two Members of the ‘IMAGiNE’ Group Sentenced On November 2, 2012, Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced that Willie Lambert of Pittston, PA, and Sean M Lovelady of Pomona, California were sentenced to prison for their participation in an online piracy group.
IPs Will Warn You before Downloading Pirated Content On October 18, 2012, the Center for Copyright Information (CCI) announced that internet providers will start warning customers over the next two months if they are about to download pirated content.
United States Government Pondering Changes to Copyright Laws The United States Copyright Office quietly announced its priorities for 2012, which ironically—given the perfunctory reception—could bring powerful changes to the nation’s intellectual property laws.
U.S. Government Attempts to Terminate ‘Rogue Websites’ A new anti-piracy legislation was placed before the United States House of Representatives this week to deploy copyright law for the removal of ‘Rogue Websites’—domains who are alleged of infringing on other site’s intellectual property rights.
Rep. Lofgren Believes Copyright Bill is the “End of the Internet” California Democrat, Rep.
Guide To: Copyright Lawyers
Guide to Finding Intellectual Property Lawyer Intellectual property law is a broad definition for the defense of property such as copyrights, trademarks and patents.