How They Fake You Out...

The following are excerpts from an article in the Copyright Zone, elaborating the extent lawyers representing infringers, will go to prove they did not violate your copyright..very valuable information…read more by clicking the link below my excerpts..

Attorneys in New York (and most other states) are required to take continuing education classes to keep their licenses to practice law.  
Recently I took one such class which dealt with copyright issues or more correctly, how best to represent a client accused of copyright infringement.  Likely 95% of the attorneys taking the class either represent infringers or are trying to snare such cases…read more

Here’s a look at what your clients’ attorneys do and what they tell clients in their joint effort to avoid paying you money….read more

He enumerated the factors and cases which deal with “fair use” making it abundantly clear that the defense is rarely applicable but should be claimed “even if there is a slight chance of …..read more

Send a letter saying “We have taken it down. Thanks for letting us know…read more

Never offer real money to a non-represented claimant.  Few photographers will….read more

This is just a snapshot of the things the lawyers who work for clients tell them.  All of the above is good advice when representing media companies, newspapers, magazines and consumer companies.  You know, the people who steal from you.
Ed Greenberg..

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He forgot to mention individuals, who are the biggest violators of copyright..

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