Multiple websites owned by TVAddons have been transferred to a lawfirm in Canada, leading to speculation about the reasoning and next steps of the TVA legal case
The XBMCHub, OffShoreGit, and TVAddons domains have been transferred in name to a Canadian law firm in the latest update on the third-party Kodi legal case. Previously, TVA domains were registered with Uniregistry, a private company who protects the names and identities of domain holders to protect them. Notice by TorrentFreak this morning, these domains now reside with Daniel Drapeau, a Canada-based lawyer from Quebec.
The address listed on TVAddons’ domains now – 600 de Maisonneuve West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada – is the address of DrapeauLex, a law firm run by Drapeau since 2012. A Linkedin description website says of Drapeau:
A passion for IP and a 20 year track record, servicing corporations and individuals alike in a wide variety of industries, including industrial equipment, consumer products, publishing, food & beverage, fashion, and arts.
His forte is the strategic use of IP rights and litigation to achieve his clients’ goals, whether they be protective, aggressive, or defensive. Specialties: Expeditive remedies, including injunctions and seizure orders.
In this case, Drapeau is a third part lawyer who has ownership of the domains until the appeal on TVAddons unlawful Anton Piller order case can be heard.
There is no new update on Dish Network’s court complaint since the judge granted subpoenas in order to try and identify the people behind Zem and TVA for court purposes.
We will pass on more information about the TVADDons domains as soon as it becomes available.