A Los Angeles law firm that recently filed a $2.2 billion copyright infringement suit against the People’s Republic of China said that it has become the target of cyberattacks originating in China.

“I was the first one to get one of these e-mails,” said Gregory Fayer, a lawyer at Gipson Hoffman & Pancione, which began receiving unsolicited e-mails on its firm computers on Monday.

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