Written by attorney Steve C. Vondran

Your business received a letter from J&J Sports over PPV cable TV piracy, now what do you do?

Many small business owners and minority owned business are receiving legal demand letters, notices of lawsuits, and sometimes even harassing and threatening phone calls from the intellectual property collection lawyers from boxing broadcast rights holders such as J&J Sports Production, G&G Closed Circuit Events, and Joe Hand Promotions. These companies are hitting hard and alleging violations of 47 U.S.C. 605 (Satellite interception and illegal broadcast without paying for the commercial license) and 47 U,S,C. 553 (Cable TV piracy theft of a championship fight, for example. Using this video, and viewing the helpful videos provided below, you will actually be armed with more general legal information about this complicated area of law where damages and penalties for showing the fight at a commercial bar, tavern, night club, sports bar, tavern or other establishment can bring claims of $60,000 to $110,000 for will commercial infringements, not including attorney fees. Watch the videos and if you need help call (877) 276-5084.

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The best resources is to watch the videos below, and also view the one website which talks about common defenses and mitigating factors in these cases. These Plaintiff lawyers are rough so knowledge is how you combat them. They have filed 100's of lawsuits across the United States and we have helped many companies minimize the damage and save their companies from closure.

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