[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2010/10/8nDHkU.jpg[/newsimage]We would like to think that the lawyers that are prosecuting alleged copyright infringers are practicing what they preach, but it looks like one of the most high profile firms involved in such cases are just as guilty of stealing other’s work as those who are downloading illegal media. Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/anti-piracy-lawyers-caught-pirating-each-others-work-34977/](http://www.myce.com/news/anti-piracy-lawyers-caught-pirating-each-others-work-34977/) Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.
Must correct you on a few small but important points.
After Davenport-Lyons ceased the speculative invoicing game, Crossley left along with several colleagues to form ACS:Law using evidence and templates from Davenport-Lyons with their permission. He didn’t steal from them.
Andrew Crossley was referring to Tilly Bailey & Irvine using parts of his template letters without permission. ACS:Law would not be stealing from Crossley as he is the sole principal.
Lazy short cuts and sad state of affairs indeed.
Most people seem to forget the simple rule that when you point your finger at someone, you have 3 fingers pointing right back at you.