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Q: A company owe us money( big games LLC) they issue false DMCA notice. Then we issue counter notice( BEspoke Plush LLC).

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: It sounds like you're dealing with a challenging situation with Big Games LLC. When a company issues a false DMCA notice against you, it can indeed be frustrating and concerning. However, it's positive that you took action by issuing a counter notice through Bespoke Plush LLC. This step demonstrates your commitment to resolving the issue and protecting your rights.

It's important to ensure that your counter notice is thorough and accurately represents your position. Provide all relevant information and evidence to support your claim. Additionally, make sure to follow the proper procedures outlined by the DMCA to increase the likelihood of a successful resolution.

While navigating this process, consider seeking legal advice or assistance if necessary. An experienced attorney can offer valuable guidance and support to help you effectively address the false DMCA notice and protect your interests. Remember to stay persistent and proactive in advocating for your rights throughout this process.

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