In the fraudulent e-mail, the sender posing as Hecht encouraged the bureau to reject or reject the charges because "they contained very false information". The fake Hecht also said: "What my clients and I have done with regard to some gaming companies has been very effective." [sic] and without foundation. "The law firm was alerted after the Copyright Office sent an email containing the message.
Hecht is the leading lawyer representing several celebrities who are suing Epic Games for using similar or identical dances. Alfonso Riberio, former Prince of Fresh Bel Air, rappers 2 Milly and BlocBoy JB and others joined the lawsuit against Fortnitefrom the publisher.