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FAST strengthens legal weight against software theft.

The Federation Against Software Theft : 22 November, 2007  (Company News)
Legal affairs officer at the Federation Against Software Theft has been called to the bar reinforcing the substantial legal weight of the organisation in the fight against software crime.
The Federation Against Software Theft (The Federation) has welcomed the news that James Craig, Public and Legal Affairs Officer has been called to the bar as a fully qualified Barrister. This news adds further credibility to the enforcement body as it develops the talents of its legal team to stay one step ahead of software piracy.

John Lovelock, Chief Executive of The Federation, commented: "We are delighted that James has achieved his goal to be enrolled as a Barrister. Defending intellectual property and stamping out the growing threat of software piracy is an enormous task and this achievement demonstrates the talents and skills our team members are bringing to this fight."

Lovelock continued "James possesses a wealth of knowledge and experience in diverse areas of law and training in the areas of conferencing, advocacy, criminal litigation, civil litigation, evidence and judicial review. These skills will prove invaluable to The Federation and will enable us to advance our reach in defending members' rights."

Since his arrival last year, Craig has been responsible for developing The Federation's enforcement objectives, through investigation and prosecution of those misusing software and seeking remedies for Federation members.

Craig commented, "Achieving my ambition to become a barrister has been a long process and required intensive study and training. My work with The Federation has aided this tremendously and I look forward to working with the team to continue our fight in defending intellectual property and tackling software thieves head on."
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