RIAA Legal Help
Charles Lee Mudd Jr. has been representing individuals subpoenaed and
sued by the RIAA since the summer of 2003. Charles became concerned about
the RIAA's use of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA) to obtain
the identities of alleged infringers of the copyrights held by the RIAA's
clients (the major Record Companies). In addition, Charles objected to
the approach adopted and implemented by the RIAA for purposes of attacking
the file-sharing problem. Consequently, Charles volunteered on philosophical
and public policy grounds to represent individuals who found themselves
facing the RIAA. Through the firm of Law Offices of Charles Lee Mudd Jr.
and Privacy Resolutions P.C., a discounted rate program has been established
to provide representation for those individuals targeted by the RIAA.
Thus, the same concerns that prompted Charles' involvement in these matters
continue to drive his efforts in defending and representing those individuals
who have found themselves as defendants in lawsuits brought by the Recording
With respect to his involvement in this area of law practice, Charles
has been listed on the subpoena
defense website since its beginning. He has experience in representing
the interests of low-income individuals, minors, students, and adults
with respect to the RIAA. Indeed, he has substantial experience in dealing
with the RIAA's attorneys. Moreover, having a background in intellectual
property, litigation, and privacy, Charles remains well-prepared and experienced
to handle all aspects of RIAA related legal representation. Charles' unique
approach to these matters provide our clients with exceptional and professional
Please contact Charles at 773.588-5410 or email@example.com
for a private, complimentary consultation.
For your general benefit, please visit our
RIAA information page that provides general information
related to the RIAA Legal Initiative.
In all cases, we recommend that you speak with legal counsel
immediately upon receiving notification that your identity has
been subpoenaed from your ISP or that you have been named in a lawsuit.
Please note that in some jurisdictions (eg Illinois) oral settlement agreements
can be enforced. Thus, it remains imperative that you speak with legal
counsel as quickly as possible. Again, you can contact Charles
Mudd or visit www.subpoenadefense.org
for a list of several attorneys providing representation in these circumstances.