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Saper Law Wins Motion to Dismiss Copyright Infringement Claims

Saper Law, LLC successfully presented a Motion to Dismiss on behalf of Illinois GOP and Candidate Roderick Drobinski, defeating the Plaintiff’s Copyright Infringement claims.  Saper Law demonstrated that dismissal of the federal claims was proper due to our clients’ fair use of the copyrighted work in a political parody, and U.S. District Judge James B. Zagel agreed. […]

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Saper Law Associate, Chris McElwain, Lectures at Chicago-Kent School of Law

On April 16, Saper Law associate Chris McElwain gave a talk at Chicago-Kent School of Law about the latest developments in the nationwide wave of copyright suits involving peer-to-peer file sharing and pornography. Saper Law frequently receives inquiries from nervous “John Does” who have received notification letters from their ISPs alerting them that a plaintiff […]

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