Rightscorp gets legal help for copyright enforcement

Christopher Sabec

Christopher Sabec

Rightscorp, a provider of data and analytic services to support artists and owners of copyrighted property, has signed an agreement with Carl D. Crowell of Crowell Law in Salem, Oregon.   

Rightscorp and Crowell Law will be working cooperatively with Rightscorp clients to help raise awareness and educate people about the problems and effects of piracy, provide notice to infringers, and as necessary, pursue litigation against persistent and egregious infringers.

“Carl Crowell and Crowell Law are highly adept at intellectual property matters and have won many cases for the studios and clients they represent,” comments Christopher Sabec, CEO of Rightscorp. “Crowell has been recognized by the courts for his successful targeting of the worst offenders that illegally download films and TV shows to make sure they are held accountable for their actions with dozens of judgments and injunctions against infringers.”

Elle Todd, Partner, Olswang LLP will be addressing ‘Cloud PVR: Legality and Content Rights around the world’ at this year’s OTTtv World Summit (9th – 12th November 2015 Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London).

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