Corbin Fisher Plans Assault Over Piracy, Taps General Counsel

Jul 22, 2009 3:30 PM PST
SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Corbin Fisher on Wednesday said it would begin a vigilant campaign against content thieves and trademark violators.

COO Brian Dunlap said that with the industry beset with so much piracy Corbin Fisher plans “to go after these criminals and welcome any company willing to join us in and contribute to these efforts."

Dunlap said that Corbin Fisher plans on teaming up with other content producers on legal efforts pursuing the violators.

He also announced that the company has tapped attorney Marc J. Randazza as the company’s full-time general counsel. Randazza, a member of the First Amendment Lawyer's Association, has been a litigator for seven years and specializes in 1st Amendment law, intellectual property, trademark law and media law.

Corbin Fisher CEO Jason Gibson said Randazza's role “will be to head up our antipiracy efforts and command the offensive we are preparing to take against those stealing our content.”

“[We’re planning to seek] out the infringers and their real identities, initiating legal action against them, pursuing judgements and firmly, loudly and forcefully sending the message that violating our intellectual property rights can and will result in major consequences for the violators,” Gibson said.

Gibson noted that Corbin Fisher already has in place a sizable staff that has been logging infringing activity in preparation for future legal action.

Based in San Diego, Corbin Fisher counts among its online properties,, and

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