Sullivan Launches Software Anti-Piracy & Litigation Services Practice
Boston, MA; February 22, 2018 - International law firm Sullivan has launched a Software Anti-Piracy & Litigation Services practice. The practice, led by partner Kim Herman, is a response to clients’ desire for a cohesive strategic and aggressive approach against software piracy.
"From a global perspective, companies are losing significant revenue due to software piracy," said Herman, who also heads the firm’s Intellectual Property practice group. "In conjunction with our affiliate Anti-Piracy Holdings, Sullivan has the technological tools and legal experience to identify software infringers, facilitate recovery of lost revenue, and litigate when needed against those who misappropriate software."
According to Joel Carpenter, managing partner of Sullivan, "Software theft has become an increasingly enticing target for bad actors. With the launch of our Software Anti-Piracy and Litigation Services practice, Sullivan has assembled a team of savvy professionals who offer clients resourceful, knowledgeable and efficient legal counsel."
Sullivan & Worcester (Sullivan) is a leading AmLaw 200 law firm. With over 200 attorneys in Boston, London, New York, Tel Aviv and Washington, DC, Sullivan guides organizations that are rewriting the rules. Sullivan’s clients, including Fortune 500 companies and emerging businesses, rely on Sullivan’s strategic vision, comfort with complexity and intense focus on results. As a global law firm, Sullivan’s reach extends beyond the United States. With international practices in the United Kingdom and Israel, Sullivan has represented clients around the world and has a deep bench for working on a variety of matters and issues affecting clients globally.