HONG KONG (March 15, 2016). The managing director of Maverickeye (ME) Patrick Achache attends the 20th HKTDC Hong Kong International Film & TV Market (FILMART) together with Atty. Samuel Seow, a renowned lawyer from Singapore.
According to a report, malware, infringed content, and fake traffic is costing the media industry $8.2B a year. At the request of the Interactive Advertising Bureau, EY completed a study where they checked existing studies, data analytics and the top 30 companies to determine the cost of online piracy as well as all illegal digital activities. However, in EY’s study, they only focused on the US costs, not on a global scale.
Maverickeye (ME) has just closed a new deal with NJORD, a Scandinavian law firm that specializes in data protection, intellectual property law, and many other areas, and has been ME’s partner law firm in Denmark for quite some time now. Together, the 2 companies aim to take over Finland and spread better awareness on copyright infringement.
Australia has remained to be a favorite lair for pirates with the highest rates of online TV and film piracy. At present, piracy is still a problem but it has started falling with the availability of legal options.
Signed and official: Samuel Seow enters agreement with Migriño Rivera & Cruz Law Firm
Last October 10, 2015, Patrick Achache (one of MaverickEye’s founders) visited Samuel Seow, MaverickEye’s partner lawyer in Singapore, as the latter signed an Association Agreement with a new law firm in Manila, Philippines – the Migriño Rivera & Cruz.