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Adli Law Group, P.C. Provides Vital Legal Counsel for the Modern Business World

New technologies are changing the way we think about patent law, and the team at Adli Law Group, P.C. is always at the forefront of the field.

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Throughout the globe, the rise of online media sharing has led to drastic shifts in how people respond to issues of copyright and intellectual property – as well as a growing need for a truly skilled, experienced patent attorney. Fortunately, business leaders are frequently hiring Adli Law Group, P.C. to provide the copyright attorney Los Angeles professionals can trust for thorough, effective representation on issues ranging from trademark infringement to patent trolling, and much more. In fact, with additional offices in London, Tokyo and Taipei, the Los Angeles trademark lawyer is fast becoming a leader in patent litigation and other business concerns around the world.

In the U.S., music and film industry lobbyists have fought hard to ensure illegal downloading of films and music is met with swift and drastic repercussions in the hopes of putting an end to what some industry leaders believe to be rampant copyright infringement. However, many individuals believe that the rapidly changing nature of technology, entertainment and media in general means that it's only common sense that we should change the way we think about copyright – and in Finland, residents are beginning to take action.   

The Russian Times reports that after a citizen-drafted "anti-lobbyist" intellectual property bill garnered over 50,000 votes on a legal initiatives website, Finland's parliament is required to consider the legislation. The Common Sense in Copyright Act seeks to roll back harsh punishments for infringements that have been in force since 2005.

If passed, the measures would reduce illegal downloading from a crime to a misdemeanor, allowing people to copy data from content that they own, and widening "fair-use" of copyrighted materials. Whether the "common sense" copyright legislation in Finland passes or not, it serves as a notable reminder of the rapidly changes that are taking place in business regarding copyright issues – and the importance of Adli Law Group, P.C. in navigating these concerns.  In fact, in one recent case, Adli Law Group, P.C. successfully represented a plaintiff in a patent infringement suit brought against a multinational company, resulting in a very favorable settlement on behalf of the plaintiff.  

About Adli Law Group, P.C.

At Adli Law Group, you'll find a team that provides every client with exceptional expertise in the practice of patent, trademark, copyright acquisition, business and litigation. Led by the renowned Dr. Dariush Adli, each legal professional at the firm is fully equipped to provide the cogent advice concerning legal strategies, care and solutions required for any company looking to thrive in today's modern marketplace. In fact, their satisfied clients include some of the world's largest Fortune 500 clients and modestly-sized start-up companies alike.

While it's impossible to know for certain how patent, copyright and related legal issues will evolve in the coming years, professionals in a variety of fields can move forward with confidence regarding their intellectual property thanks to the efforts of the talented and dedicated legal minds at Adli Law Group, P.C. To learn more about the firm, please call Adli Law Group toll-free at 1-800-817-2949, or visit them online at www.adlilaw.com.  

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