Prenda Law Accused Of Trying To Start Over Again Under A New Name
from the when-your-name-becomes-toxic... dept
For those who have been following these cases, you know that Prenda Law was actually John Steele's "new" firm, after his previous firm Steele Hansmeier was dissolved. Of course, that happened soon after a judge told Steele to stop filing copyright trolling lawsuits.
Given the increasing hot water that Prenda looks to be in, along with the fact that lawyers in other Prenda cases across the country are now alerting judges to Prenda's questionable behavior, the site FightCopyrightTrolls is suggesting that Steele and his crew of copyright trolling lawyers are trying to set up yet another new firm, called the Anti-Piracy Law Group. The evidence is compelling. The group has put up a website at "wefightpiracy.org" -- quite similar to Prenda's existing "wefightpiracy.com." And, that new page, in the fine print, admits that it's Prenda. It also includes a page of sample cases that are Prenda cases -- including the now infamous Tuan Nguyen in Florida, which resulted in that "fraud on the court" issue. FightCopyrightTrolls notes that this new "Anti Piracy Law Group" is already sending out "settlement" letters, using the same address as Prenda Law.