Judge Lashes Out at 'Fraud' in Porn Infringement Claims

, The National Law Journal


A federal judge, describing a massive fraud involving the enforcement of copyrights to pornography, has referred four lawyers to licensing authorities for possible misconduct and to federal prosecutors for possible RICO charges.

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  • Darren McKinney, American Tort Reform Association, Washington, D.C.

    Another example of the scruples that characterize too many among our entrepreneurial but often parasitic plaintiffs' bar. Good for Judge Wright in throwing the book at these shameless fraudsters.

  • Marcelino

    This very well that the judges are earrings if themselves regulate the conduct of lawyers cheats, for the good of society.
    Esta muy bien que los jueces estén pendientes de regular la conducta de abogados tramposos, en bien de la sociedad.

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