John Morris, owner of JM Commsclaims the HTML code on his site has been "lifted" and used at CJM Communications in such a way that many of the links still point to his site and a number of characteristic spelling mistakes are still present.
Internet law specialist, Kenneth Mullen, says if this is true there are two legal issues. "Lifting HTML is straight-forward plagiarism, but it's a qualitative rather than quantitative issue. It would have to be proved that the ideas behind the site had been stolen. If a company is pretending to be one it is not, that is an infringement of trademark."
The owner of CJM Communications was unavailable for comment.