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Siemens files software piracy lawsuit in Texas federal district court

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Attorney Steve® - Software Piracy Defense Essentials - Siemens Federal Court Lawsuit

If you received a subpoena notice from your ISP such as Comcast thatt lets you know there is a pending lawsuit filed in the State of Texas Federal District Court, call us for a free initial discussion.  The defendants are being sued as "John Doe" basically because the Plaintiff (Siemens PLM) does not know your name and contact information.  This is what they are trying to seek from the ISP.  In some cases you can settle ananonymously, but this time around (we have appeared in other lawsuits with Siemens), their copyright counsel has advised us they want to get all the names and address and perform their due dilligence before they make any decision on settlements.  I should note many defendants have non-existent "minimum contacts" with the State of Texas, so it will be interesting to see how they want to handle these types of cases.

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