Christina Saunders

In the last couple of years, there has been a tremendous increase in Copyright infringement lawsuits brought by Entertainment Companies, which are based on illegally downloading online material via Peer to Peer (P2P) file sharing, more specifically known as BitTorrent Protocol.

Christina Saunders (previously at Nouveau Law LLC) have been at the forefront of these lawsuits since their initiation, and continues to provide defense services to those who have found themselves victim of these Copyright Trolls. These lawsuits are unique litigation campaigns intended to coerce quick settlement agreements from hundreds of thousands of John Doe Defendants, and stem from a lucrative business model founded on shaking down alleged P2P BitTorrent users en masse.

Ms. Saunders has worked nationally to provide Copyright litigation defense, and has worked what have proven to be some of the most hostile jurisdictions for Defendants in BitTorrent lawsuits. Ultimately, Ms. Saunders has an adept understanding of intellectual property law, procedural law, case law, and the business model and tactic underpinning these cases. Additionally, Ms. Saunders remains knowledgeable and keeps abreast of this quickly evolving area law, and is available to both educate and defend her clients’ rights.

Christina E. Saunders

Sparkman Foote Minor LLP
1616 17th Street | Ste. 370
Denver, CO 80202

Tel. 303.396.0270 | Fax 303.628.5468


Offices in Denver and Houston

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8 responses to ‘Christina Saunders

  1. For all of you who posted in April, have you also been implicated in the Zambezia vs John Does 1-47 in Western Washington?

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