What do you think? My buddy opened up a restaurant a couple years ago and it hasn't been doing good at all. He shows the Cotto vs Margarito fight at his restaurant without a commercial license, to generate a little extra money (Not even to cover the costs if he bought commercial rights for the fight).
He received letter about showing the boxing fight. It says that he has 10 days to contact the law office, and if not they are going to try and sue for $100,000. My friend is broke out of his mind, especially after his failed business.
The law office is "law office of Thomas P Riley" and who is representing J & J Sports Productions, Inc.
I did some internet research and it turns out that most likley someone took pictures of the restaurant with the fight on and submitted to the law office for $250 or so. ( source: http://www.pimall.com/nais/nl/n.cablepiracy.html)
Let me know what you guys think, at first I told him to just ignore it because that is usually what I hear for websites but is this any different?