Baron Davis Lawyers Send Strong Warnings Over Stolen Laptop
Seems NBA Star Baron Davis lost his laptop to thieves. Worse, said laptop contains pictures and video that “depict, among other things, a variety of private images of [Davis], his associates and his colleagues.” There also seems to be “audio files [that] contain copyright protected compositions not for sale or release.”
This according to an aggressive legal notice sent out by Davis’ law firm Lavely & Singer. Lawyer William Briggs II basically asserts that any media outlet that purchases information stored on Davis’ stolen laptop are basically buying stolen goods (against the law). Based on the language of the stern warning, anyone publishing what’s been declared as Davis’ private and copyrighted data can expect suit for damages and an injunction.
The notice also calls on outlets approached regarding the stolen data to contact the law firm asap, to facilitate presumed efforts of authorities to locate the stolen laptop of Baron Davis. Click through to the source to read the full notice. Maybe Baron Davis should start relying on Fujitsu for his next laptop?