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With co-counsel approved by our clients, we offer litigation services on business matters including intellectual property issues. We have served as counsel on various web-related legal issues including trademark infringement, copyright infringement, digital millennium copyright violations (DMCA take-down notices, 17 USC 512), Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA, 18 USC 1030), Anti-circumvention (17 USC 1201), website trespass to chattels, defamation, uniform domain-name dispute resolution policy proceedings (UDRP Proceedings), and tortious interference in a business relationship.
The case of Ground Zero Museum Workshop, et al. v. William Wilson is currently pending before Judge Chasanow in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland (Greenbelt). Working with defense counsel Sterling G. Mead, we assisted in successfully defending Mr. Wilson, who voluntarily offered numerous web-related services to the plaintiffs prior to being sued. Judge Chasanow granted summary judgment in favor of Mr. Wilson on all but one claim (which was later dismissed) in her 60 page Memorandum Opinion issued August 24, 2011. Mr. Wilson was further granted a default on his counterclaims against the plaintiffs.