Internet Society, a Singapore non-profit industry group, has taken action against lawyers representing Dallas Buyers Club LLC in regards to demand letters sent by the company to subscribers of local telecommunication company M1, according to ZDNet on June 23.
The complaint alleges that the company used bullying tactics, as the letters accused subscribers of copyright infringement and threatened fines of up to $50,000 or jail terms for illegally downloading the Dallas Buyers Club movie. The Internet Society says these letters were premature, as there was no proof to substantiate the allegations.
The attorneys of Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C., represent those who have been accused of intellectual property violations, as well as those who have experienced these violations. As we have represented both sides of this issue, we are dedicated to pursuing fair legal action to protect our clients’ rights and interests throughout the entire process. Call our offices in Dallas at (214) 824-1414 today to learn more about our services.