Attorney Rob Apgood said he is very pleased with the verdict, which came Monday after three hours of deliberation.
"I feel absolutely wonderful about the unanimous decision," he told AVN Online. "It doesn't get much better than that."
Apgood commended Impulse Media Group and owner Seth Schermerhorn for "going all the way" with the litigation.
Apgood said the government largely overreached itself in trying to define the statute to jurors.
"I've maintained that [the government] was mistaken throughout this entire case and was torturing the definition of the CAN-SPAM Act," he said. "I'm glad that somebody had the courage to stand up and tell the jury that the government was trying to mislead them. The CAN-SPAM Act is actually a very important statute with clear boundaries, which the government continues to try and blur."
Apgood said that ruling was the only logical conclusion, but he "never tries to predict what a jury will do."
According to Apgood, the government failed to illustrate that Impulse Media Group had a specific intent to encourage affiliates to promote their sites through email in violation of the CAN-SPAM Act.
"There was absolutely no evidence presented in this case that supported their debate," he said. "Frankly, I was personally offended by the abuse of constitutional rights, as well as the Bill of Rights, in this case."
Apgood predicted that Impulse Media Group's victory will be huge for the adult industry and help keep the government from overreaching its authority, specifically regarding the CAN-SPAM Act.