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Can you file a lawsuit against a DMCA copyright bully?

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Copyright Litigation Essentials - DMCA 512(f) "bad faith" mispresentation bully cases

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Introduction

When you are trying to run a business on eBay or Etsy, or having fun (ex. parody) with a video on Youtube or Vimeo, Google, Facebook or Twitter, you don't appreciate it when you get a DMCA "take down" notice or "Notice of Copyright Infringement" but what can you really do about?  Should you just let your account be closed down?  Can you fight back?  If so, how?  Attorney Steve, the Copyright & Social Media lawyer explains one trick to look at.

Contact a Federal Copyright Lawyer

We handle federal copyright and trademark cases across the country including New York, Florida, San Diego, Seattle, Boston, Chicago, Ohio, Texas, and California.  Contact us to discuss being a DMCA agent, or handling a copyright issue such as a software audit, music licensing, royalty disputes, willful copyright infringement, first sale doctrine, or DMCA takedown bullly cases.  We can be reached at (877) 276-5084. 

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