Sued in a Headhunter LLC Lawsuit? Free Consultation With Antonelli Law Defense

Sued by Headhunter LLC? Here’s the Help & Information You Need – Antonelli Law Defense

Headhunter LLC, the movie company behind “A Family Man” starring Gerard Butler, Alison Brie, and William DaFoe have begun to sue many internet users. The company alleges its movie was obtained for free on the internet without paying its license fee. According to the Headhunter LLC lawsuit this amounts to copyright infringement and they allege they can prove it pursuant to the US Copyright Act.

Antonelli Law represents people targeted in ISP subpoenas and lawsuits nationwide. In fact, over the past 6 years we have represented nearly 2,000 clients from lawsuits filed by more than 50 different movie companies from Hawaii to New York who were targeted in these types of cases. Our experience has allowed us to develop a high level of proficiency, allowing us to defend people with fair legal fees that most people can afford – either by settling out of court or through vigorous lawsuit defense.

The Headhunter LLC. lawsuit is one of many “free movie” download cases we see, which are sometimes called “copyright troll” lawsuits or BitTorrent lawsuits. BitTorrent is a common software people use to illegally obtain movies online. Our experience representing so many people and understanding the technology behind these lawsuits allowed us to write a legal article explaining these lawsuits to other lawyers. It was published by a prominent state bar Intellectual Property Section.

According to an Exhibit attached to one North Carolina lawsuit, a photograph of the DVD for the movie that was apparently sent to the United State Copyright Office has “Voltage Pictures” marked on the DVD. Voltage Pictures is known for its aggressive copyright litigation against alleged BitTorrent participants. While it is possible that Voltage Pictures was involved early on and there is fair explanation for Voltage not being listed as a production company on IMDB (Internet Movie Data Base) its absence is curious.

Headhunter LLC Lawsuits – They Are the Same as Other Movie Download Lawsuits

Overall, these Headhunter LLC. lawsuits are the same as similar lawsuits filed by other movie companies. They all have the same thing in common: The internet user’s IP address associated with their internet account was observed participating in a download of the movie company’s movie.

But too often, the internet accountholder simply did not do it. The IP address could have been “spoofed”, meaning some other computer somewhere in the world pretended to be the IP address associated with an American’s internet account. Its like having a fake driver’s license with your license number on it. Except their computer is pretending to be using your internet account with your internet IP address.

Other times, it could have been a family member, someone stealing your wi-fi signal from your home, or for some other reason that has nothing to do with the copyright infringement alleged. And yes, sometimes the IP address observation is part of an accurate description of the internet account holder illegally downloading the movie. See below for important information about these cases written recently by a law professor, Loyola Law Professor Matthew Sag.

Antonelli Law’s Experience & Local Counsel Provides Competent & Affordable Legal Representation

We have defended our clients against over 50 different movie companies across the country. In the process, we have learned a great deal that benefits our current and new clients. Because we are seasoned attorneys that have dealt with “free movie download” copyright lawsuits across the country filed by so many movie companies, Antonelli Law has developed a series of methods to deal effectively and efficiently with these lawsuits no matter where in the country our client’s lawsuit was filed.

In the many states where we have retained local counsel, our local counsel (see below for a non-exhaustive list) can immediately appear in court should there be an emergency. Few if any other law firms providing BitTorrent Copyright Defense have any local counsel at all.

Every movie download case involves federal law. And federal courts allow lawyers to electronically file their paperwork through the court’s official website. This key innovation means we can effectively represent clients in district courts in every state of the country.  Federal practice, especially in these kinds of cases, rarely require us to appear in court. When we do need to appear, we will be there. The days of having a law clerk walk printed legal briefs over to the courthouse and file them with the court clerk are long gone.

Want to Talk to Antonelli Law For Free About These Questions Right Away? Start Here

If you want to talk for free with Antonelli Law right away to discuss a Headhunter LLC lawsuit, use our contact form below or call us at 312-201-8310 nationwide. We’re the nation’s most experienced BT copyright defense firm. Or scroll down to continue learning more about these lawsuits.

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More Information – And Free Explanations

If you are reading this article because you received a letter from your ISP internet company about a Headhunter LLC subpoena, or you have been served a summons, some of the following information will apply to you and some will not. If you have any questions call us for free at 312-201-8310. We excel at explaining the legal process and technology to people who aren’t lawyers or computer programmers!

Have you received a letter from the movie company’s lawyers?

If you received a letter from the movie company’s lawyers about the Cook Productions, Inc. lawsuit? If so, you may have questions regarding your legal options about defending yourself, settlement, and something called “Waiver of Service of Summons“.

Caution – Don’t Sign a Waiver of Service of Summons Form Before Speaking with an Attorney

As defense attorneys, we are concerned that people receiving a Waiver of Service of Summons form in the mail from the movie company’s lawyer will lead to an unfair default or consent judgment against them. Please speak with an attorney experienced in movie download federal copyright lawsuits.

Call us for a free consultation at 312-201-8310. or use the contact form above if you initially wish to use email.

What Are These Lawsuits About?

Headhunter LLC. accuses defendants of copyright infringement by using software such as BitTorrent and the internet to obtain the film “London Has Fallen ” without paying the appropriate license fee.

Critics of these lawsuits say its about the movie company generating more revenue. The movie company says it is filing these lawsuits to stop piracy of its intellectual property.

What Are Movie Downloading Cases in General About? What Are “Copyright Troll” Lawsuits?

If you want to read more, consider reading the article I wrote about “copyright troll” litigation which was published by the Illinois State Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Section:

Torrent Wars

Copyright Trolls, Legitimate IP rights, and the Need for New Rules Vetting Evidence and to Amend the Copyright Act

by Jeffrey J. Antonelli

Can Antonelli Law Help Me?

Copyright infringement lawsuits are based in federal law, so we provide affordable, experienced legal help anywhere in the United States. We’re the nation’s most experienced BT copyright defense firm, helping nearly 2,000 people across the country accused of downloading movies over the internet in these types of lawsuits.  Antonelli Law will help you decide what to do about Headhunter LLC lawsuit letters, subpoenas, and summons.

We Will Give You an Individualized, No Pressure, Professional Consultation – For Free.

  • Learn about what the notice means.
  • Ask every question that concerns you.
  • Learn the facts and decide if you want to settle the lawsuit anonymously, wait to see if nothing happens, or plan to fight back.
  • File a motion to quash? We’ll help you to decide.
  • Have us negotiate a settlement for you, including a proper settlement agreement that is in your interest, and a dismissal order entered by the federal court to protect you and which you keep for your records.

What Can Antonelli Law Do For Me?

Antonelli Law will help you decide what to do about the Headhunter LLC. letters, subpoenas, and summons. We have helped many people accused of downloading movies over the internet in these types of lawsuits.

Remember, don’t panic. Learn the facts and your legal options by speaking for free to an Antonelli Law attorney confidentially nationwide at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below.

Our clients say Antonelli Law is very good at:

  • Reducing your anxiety about the problem
  • Giving clear information to help you decide what to do
  • Responsive and accessible via phone and email
  • Tenacious and effective lawyers in lawsuit litigation

We understand the shock you may be feeling from receiving a notice of this action, and have the experience to help you deal with this in the best way possible for you: anonymous settlement, or prepare to fight back.

Can I File a Motion to Quash the ISP Subpoena?

Yes, as long as it is not after the deadline to do so as stated in your notice from your internet service provider. If the deadline has not passed we will need to discuss with you the relative strengths and weaknesses of doing so.

Call us today for a free consultation at 312-201-8310 nationwide or use the contact form below. Don’t panic. Learn the facts and speak for free, confidentially, with our experienced attorneys.

Does Headhunter LLC. Have Enough Data to Prove Its Claims?

In many free movie lawsuits, the movie company alleges that its agents obtained data from the alleged IP address of the defendant in what is called a BitTorrent “swarm” – which is one way people download large files.

In one headhunter, LLC Complaint filed in North Carolina, the lawsuit Complaint simply says at Paragraph 20: “The Defendants in this action have been observed as making Plaintiff’s motion picture available to others in furtherance of the BitTorrent network.” This statement seems quite bare in light of modern federal court pleading standards.

How Much Data is Enough for a Legally Sufficient Lawsuit Complaint?

In some cases, these lawsuits can be challenged because the Plaintiff must show:

  1. It has ownership of a valid copyright and
  2. The defendant violated the copyright owner’s exclusive rights under the Copyright Act.

In one case Antonelli Law defended (a different movie than the one here), we contended that Plaintiff did not allege sufficient evidence to show that any of its copyrighted materials were violated. The movie company submitted a declaration of its agent (not the same as the company in this article) stating that “multiple bits were conveyed over [the] connection.” However, we argued, multiple “bits” of data do not translate to a viewable image close enough to approximate being substantially similar to the movie company’s copyrighted work.

As Law Professor Matthew Sag states in his recent articleDefense Against the Dark Arts of Copyright Trolling”:

“the isolated “bits” of the movie that [Plaintiff] supposedly received from the defendant’s IP address do not meet the standard for copyright infringement. In the cases that we have studied, the plaintiffs have offered declarations that defendant’s IP address was observed transmitting data with a certain hash value. That hash value, it is alleged, is the same as the hash value of a piece that the witness combined with other pieces to create a file identical to the copyright owner’s work… note that these declarations say nothing about the size or contents of the portions of the work actually downloaded from the defendant’s IP address. In essence, the plaintiff can only state truthfully that its software observed the defendant’s IP address transmitting a fraction of the work….”There is nothing in either declaration that would allow the court to conclude that the “bits” and “pieces” captured by [plaintiff’s experts’] technology as allegedly distributed from Doe’s IP address meet the standard of originality justifying a finding that they are protectable elements of the works.

So How Much Data Did Headhunter LLCAllegedly Observe From Defendants?

In at least one Headhunter LLClawsuit, the movie company’s lawsuit Complaint states that “Each Defendant had copied a piece of the Plaintiff’s Work identified by the Unique Hash Number”.

Is this all the evidence that they have?

If so, are these allegations in the Headhunter LLClawsuit enough to withstand a motion to dismiss the Complaint under federal rule 12(b)(6)? A defendant will need to ask the judge to make that determination. It may cost more to do this than to settle, but this could be the right strategy for some who are targeted in Headhunter LLClawsuits.

Its Worth Repeating: Don’t Sign a Waiver of Service of Summons Form Before Speaking with an Attorney

As defense attorneys, we are concerned that people who receive a Waiver of Service of Summons form in the mail from the movie company’s lawyer will lead to an unfair default judgment against them. Please speak with an attorney experienced in movie download federal copyright lawsuits before you sign a Waiver of Service of Summons form.

Like other BitTorrent peer-to-peer file-sharing cases, Headhunter LLC. accuses defendants of copyright infringement by using software and the internet to obtain the film “London Has Fallen” without paying the appropriate license fee. There will likely be more lawsuits filed by Headhunter LLC.

If your internet address (“IP address”) is involved, your first notice of the lawsuit will probably be a letter from COX Communications internet and a copy of a subpoena from Headhunter LLC. Scroll down for additional information about these lawsuits.

Received a Subpoena from Your Internet Company? The best thing to do is to talk with an experienced lawyer. 

Antonelli Law has helped nearly 2,000 clients targeted in internet movie download lawsuits across the country, from Hawaii to New York and many states in between. We can do this because the lawsuits are in federal court, where all filings are done electronically. See our local counsel attorney information below.

Attorneys: Don’t risk malpractice in a copyright lawsuit if you don’t do this type of work regularly – the loser pays statutory and attorneys fees. We accept attorney referrals and are very experienced in this specialized litigation.

What Are the Steps in a Headhunter LLC. Lawsuit?

Each lawsuit is filed in federal court and requests permission to find out the real names of internet users associated with IP addresses suspected of being part of the movie downloading. This is done by sending a subpoena to the internet company (ISP). Most people find out they are involved in the lawsuit when they receive a letter from their internet company (ISP) such as Comcast, COX, Comcast, or Verizon informing them of the copyright infringement allegations. A copy of a Headhunter LLC. Subpoena will probably be enclosed.

If you are the account holder for an internet service provider (ISP), your name is linked to an IP address. If you receive an ISP letter or email informing you a subpoena was received to reveal your identity for a copyright infringement lawsuit. You have the right to file something called a motion to quash the subpoena, although the risks and benefits of filing one should be discussed with a qualified attorney.

Antonelli Law’s Local Counsel –  Nationwide Defense Practice

Antonelli Law defense attorneys and local counsel are admitted to the district courts wherever Headhunter LLC. lawsuits are filed from coast to coast. We are able to represent you in your federal case without being more expensive or more difficult to hire than hiring a local law firm in part because federal courts require attorneys to file their papers electronically, and often conduct hearings by telephone. This makes frequent trips to the courthouse unnecessary.

We can defend you and also help protect your anonymity in a Headhunter LLC. lawsuit if circumstances allow.

Who Are Our Local Counsel?

Byron L. Ames  Jurisdictions: Nevada & Utah

Byron L Ames Nevada & Utah local counsel BitTorrent Copyright Defense for Antonelli Law

Mark Del Bianco  Jurisdictions: Maryland, Washington DC

Attorney Mark Del Bianco is Antonelli Law’s Maryland local counsel for Maryland and Washington DC

Leslie Farber  Jurisdictions: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania

Leslie Farber – New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania

Peter Glazer  Jurisdiction: Virginia

Virginia copyright defense attorney Peter Glazer

Tristan C. Robinson Jurisdiction: Texas

Southern District of Texas

 

Jeffrey Antonelli Jurisdictions: Illinois, Indiana, Colorado, Michigan, Wisconsin, and others through pro hac vice

Jeffrey-Antonelli

Melissa Brabender: Illinois and Nationwide through pro hac vice admission

Attorney Melissa Brabender

Antonelli Law is the most experienced BT copyright defense firm in the country and represents clients nationwide – no more expensively than competent lawyers in your area.

Each lawsuit is filed in federal court and requests permission to find out the real names of internet users associated with IP addresses suspected of being part of the movie downloading. This is done by sending a subpoena to the internet company (ISP). Most people find out they are involved in the lawsuit when they receive a letter from their internet company (ISP) such as Comcast, COX, Comcast, or Verizon informing them of the copyright infringement allegations. A copy of a Headhunter LLC Subpoena will probably be enclosed.

If you are the account holder for an internet service provider (ISP), your name is linked to an IP address. If you receive a Comcast, COX, CenturyLink or similar letter informing you a subpoena was received to reveal your identity call Antonelli Law nationwide at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below to learn your legal options including settling anonymously, filing a motion to quash or vacate the subpoena, or to prepare to fight the lawsuit.

Headhunter LLC subpoenas and summons can be scary or inconvenient, but we can help you manage the risk and the hassle.

Antonelli Law, a national BT Copyright Defense Group has defended nearly 2,000 people accused of online copyright infringement including many accused by Cook Productions, Inc.

List of Headhunter LLC Cases Filed by State

District of North Carolina

  • Headhunter, LLC v. Does 1-9 3:17-cv-00342
  • Headhunter, LLC v. Does 1-9 5:17-cv-00310
  • Headhunter, LLC v. Does 1-10 2:17-cv-00029
  • Headhunter, LLC v. Does 1-9 5:17-cv-00296
  • Headhunter, LLC v. Does 1-8 1:17-cv-00545

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Your Kids Can Get You Sued in Federal Court with “Free Movie” Internet Streaming, Downloads – Antonelli Defense & Information

A Warning About Using Popcorn Time

 

 

Your Kids Can Get You Sued in Federal Court with “Free Movie” Internet Streaming, Downloads – Antonelli Defense & Information

US Families Sued For Free Movie Downloads – Talk with your children, Avoid being sued

Each year, thousands of people are sued by movie companies for “free movie” downloads. Whether by using BitTorrent software or a streaming app or website, your children’s internet activities can land you in federal court defending against a copyright infringement lawsuit.

For many years now, my law firm has defended internet users targeted in lawsuits filed by movie companies. Time and time again, these copyright infringement lawsuits targeted the internet subscriber as the defendant. But, even when the movie was in fact illegally downloaded, the culprit was often the son or daughter of the internet subscriber. And Mom or Dad was then the legal target, facing a federal copyright infringement lawsuit. My hope is to raise awareness of the problem to stop parents from being sued for the children’s and friends internet activities.

In 2014 and 2015, we represented hundreds of people targeted in lawsuits filed by Dallas Buyers Club LLC. Dallas Buyers Club LLC is the owner of the copyright for the movie of the same name. The movie company alleged that the client’s internet account was used to illegally obtain the movie for free. Each time, the lawsuits alleged, a software “protocol” called BitTorrent was used to obtain the movie file. I enjoyed watching Dallas Buyers Club, and did so more than once. I’m pretty sure I used Redbox and/or Netflix to watch it.

In the case of Dallas Buyers Club, and the over 50 movie company lawsuits we have dealt with since, only in a small percentage of these “free movie” download cases did the internet accountholder targeted admit to doing the download. Too often, it turned out to be the children of the account holder, unbeknownst to the parent. Most decided to settle and not litigate the defenses including that the parents could not be held liable for the internet activities of their children. Who would turn in their son or daughter?

In addition, in a lot of the cases we were involved with (nearly 2,000 nationwide thus far), the internet account holder simply had no idea why they were being targeted in a federal copyright infringement lawsuit. Perhaps a neighbor used their wi-fi to download the movie. Or maybe some sophisticated computer user sitting anywhere else in the world was using a fake IP address to conceal their true identity, only that fake IP address traced back to a real person in the United States. And then that person was getting sued.

More recently, we are hearing that children are using various website and apps to “stream” the movies for free. One such app or website is called Popcorn Time. This is a problem because, in part, on the back end the app or website is quietly using the BitTorrent protocol to download the movie in order to view it, and hence creating legal trouble. And again, parents are getting sued.

So here is the list of movies people are currently being sued for illegally downloading them from the internet. Please talk to your children about using BitTorrent or so-called free movie apps like Popcorn Time. An ounce of prevention is worth thousands of dollars of cure.

List of Movies US Parents Are Being Sued For Internet Downloading

Share this list with your teenage or older children and talk with them about streaming or downloading movies “for free”. Links to each for more information are included below.

Want to Talk to Antonelli Law About A Movie Download Lawsuit? Free Consultations

If you want to talk for free with Antonelli Law to discuss a BitTorrent copyright infringement lawsuit, please use our contact form below or call us at 312-201-8310 nationwide. We’re the nation’s most experienced BT copyright defense firm.

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About Antonelli Law BitTorrent Copyright Defense

Antonelli Law, based in downtown Chicago, represents people nationwide targeted in movie downloading lawsuits in federal court.

With experience defending nearly 2,000 clients from over 50 different movie companies, Antonelli Law affordably helps many people settle copyright infringement lawsuits anonymously, and fight back in court.

Jeffrey Antonelli
Attorney Jefferey Antonelli
Attorney Melissa Brabender
Attorney Melissa Brabender
Attorney Mark Del Bianco is Antonelli Law's local counsel for Maryland and Washington DC
Attorney Mark Del Bianco is Antonelli Law’s Maryland local counsel for Maryland and Washington DC
Leslie Farber – New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania
Byron L Ames Nevada & Utah local counsel BitTorrent Copyright Defense for Antonelli Law
Byron L Ames Nevada & Utah local counsel BitTorrent Copyright Defense for Antonelli Law
Virginia copyright defense attorney Peter Glazer
Virginia copyright defense attorney Peter Glazer
Southern District of Texas

See Also:

A Warning About Using Popcorn Time

New Video Series From Antonelli Law on BitTorrent Copyright Infringement Defense

FAQ – Movie Download Lawsuits – Antonelli Law

 

 

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Sued in a Justice Everywhere Productions LLC Lawsuit? Free Consultation With Antonelli Law Defense

Sued by Justice Everywhere Productions LLC? Here’s the Help & Information You Need – Antonelli Law Defense

Justice Everywhere Productions, LLC., the movie company behind “Vengeance: A love Story” starring Nicolas Cage and Anna Hutchinson, has begun to sue internet users across the country. The company alleges its movie was obtained for free on the internet without paying its license fee. According to the Justice Everywhere Productions LLC lawsuit this amounts to copyright infringement and they allege they can prove it pursuant to the US Copyright Act.

Antonelli Law represents people targeted in ISP subpoenas and lawsuits nationwide. In fact, over the past 6 years we have represented nearly 2,000 clients from lawsuits filed by more than 50 different movie companies from Hawaii to New York. If you are being targeted in one of the lawsuits filed by Justice Everywhere Productions, LLC, we can help you affordably and efficiently.  We help people resolve this in a number of ways after a full consultation, such as anonymous settlement,  motion to quash the subpoena, motions to dismiss, and vigorous lawsuit defense.

The Justice Everywhere Productions LLC. lawsuit is one of many “free movie” download cases we see, which are sometimes called “copyright troll” lawsuits or BitTorrent copyright lawsuits. In at least one lawsuit filed in Pennsylvania by Justice Everywhere Productions LLC. the lawsuit alleges it used “a consultant” to obtain “a piece” of the file that was being shared online using BitTorrent file-sharing protocol. It then attaches a report that explains MaverickEye technology. It is not clear from the allegations whether Justice Everywhere Productions LLC actually used MaverickEye technology.

BitTorrent is a common software “protocol” many people use to illegally obtain movies online. Our experience representing so many people and understanding the technology behind these lawsuits allowed us to write a legal article explaining these lawsuits to other lawyers. It was published by a prominent state bar Intellectual Property Section, called “Torrent Wars”.

Want to Talk to Antonelli Law For Free About These Questions Right Away? Start Here

If you want to talk for free with Antonelli Law right away to discuss a Justice Everywhere Productions lawsuit, please use our contact form below or call us at 312-201-8310 nationwide. We’re the nation’s most experienced BT copyright defense firm. Or scroll down to continue learning more about these lawsuits.

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Justice Everywhere Productions Lawsuits – They Are the Same as Other Movie Download Lawsuits

Overall, these Justice Everywhere Productions LLC. lawsuits are the same as similar lawsuits filed by other movie companies. They all have the same thing in common: The internet user’s IP address associated with their internet account was observed participating in a download of the movie company’s movie.

But too often, the internet accountholder simply did not do it. The IP address could have been “spoofed”, meaning some other computer somewhere in the world pretended to be the IP address associated with an American’s internet account. Its like having a fake driver’s license with your license number on it. Except their computer is pretending to be using your internet account with your internet IP address.

Other times, it could have been a family member, someone stealing your wi-fi signal from your home, or for some other reason that has nothing to do with the copyright infringement alleged. And yes, sometimes the IP address observation is part of an accurate description of the internet account holder illegally downloading the movie. See below for important information about these cases written recently by a law professor, Loyola Law Professor Matthew Sag.

Antonelli Law’s Experience & Local Counsel Provides Competent & Affordable Legal Representation

We have defended our clients from over 50 different movie companies across the country. In the process, we have learned a great deal about the law, technology, and the way the different movie company lawyers behave in these lawsuits. This experience of ours  benefits our current and new clients.

Because we are seasoned attorneys that have dealt with “free movie download” copyright lawsuits across the country filed by so many movie companies, Antonelli Law has developed a series of methods to deal effectively and efficiently with these lawsuits no matter where in the country our client’s lawsuit was filed. We have been referred clients by other attorneys many times, including from other intellectual property attorneys because they just don’t do this type of work.

How Antonelli Law Defends Clients Affordably Across the Country

Every movie download case involves federal law. And federal courts allow lawyers to electronically file their paperwork through the court’s official website. This key innovation means we can effectively represent clients in district courts in every state of the country.  Federal practice, especially in these kinds of cases, rarely require us to appear in court. When we do need to appear, we will be there.

In addition, in many states where we have retained local counsel our local counsel (see below for a non-exhaustive list) can immediately appear in court should there be an emergency. The days of having a law clerk walk printed legal briefs over to the courthouse and file them with the court clerk are long gone.

More Information – And Free Explanations

If you are reading this article because you received a letter from your ISP internet company about a Justice Everywhere Productions subpoena, or you have been served a summons, some of the following information will apply to you and some will not. If you have any questions call us for free at 312-201-8310. We excel at explaining the legal process and technology to people who aren’t lawyers or computer programmers!

Have you received a letter from the movie company’s lawyers?

If you received a letter from the movie company’s lawyers about the Justice Everywhere Productions, Inc. lawsuit? If so, you may have questions regarding your legal options about defending yourself, settlement, and something called “Waiver of Service of Summons“.

Caution – Don’t Sign a Waiver of Service of Summons Form Before Speaking with an Attorney

As defense attorneys, we are concerned that people receiving a Waiver of Service of Summons form in the mail from the movie company’s lawyer will lead to an unfair default or consent judgment against them. Please speak with an attorney experienced in movie download federal copyright lawsuits.

Call us for a free consultation at 312-201-8310. or use the contact form above if you initially wish to use email.

What Are These Lawsuits About?

Justice Everywhere Productions LLC. accuses defendants of copyright infringement by using software such as BitTorrent and the internet to obtain the film “London Has Fallen ” without paying the appropriate license fee.

Critics of these lawsuits say its about the movie company generating more revenue. The movie company says it is filing these lawsuits to stop piracy of its intellectual property.

What Are Movie Downloading Cases in General About? What Are “Copyright Troll” Lawsuits?

If you want to read more, consider reading the article I wrote about “copyright troll” litigation which was published by the Illinois State Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Section:

Torrent Wars

Copyright Trolls, Legitimate IP rights, and the Need for New Rules Vetting Evidence and to Amend the Copyright Act

by Jeffrey J. Antonelli

Can Antonelli Law Help Me?

Yes. Antonelli Law will help you decide what to do about Justice Everywhere Productions LLC lawsuit letters, subpoenas, and summons.

We Will Give You an Individualized, No Pressure, Professional Consultation – For Free.

  • Learn about what the notice means.
  • Ask every question that concerns you.
  • Learn the facts and decide if you want to settle the lawsuit anonymously, wait to see if nothing happens, or plan to fight back.
  • File a motion to quash? We’ll help you to decide.
  • Have us negotiate a settlement for you, including a proper settlement agreement that is in your interest, and a dismissal order entered by the federal court to protect you and which you keep for your records.

Remember, don’t panic. Learn the facts and your legal options by speaking for free to an Antonelli Law attorney confidentially nationwide at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below.

Our clients say Antonelli Law is very good at:

  • Reducing your anxiety about the problem
  • Giving clear information to help you decide what to do
  • Responsive and accessible via phone and email
  • Tenacious and effective lawyers in lawsuit litigation

We understand the shock you may be feeling from receiving a notice of this action, and have the experience to help you deal with this in the best way possible for you: anonymous settlement, or prepare to fight back.

Can I File a Motion to Quash the ISP Subpoena?

Yes, as long as it is not after the deadline to do so as stated in your notice from your internet service provider. If the deadline has not passed we will need to discuss with you the relative strengths and weaknesses of doing so.

Call us today for a free consultation at 312-201-8310 nationwide or use the contact form below. Don’t panic. Learn the facts and speak for free, confidentially, with our experienced attorneys.

Does Justice Everywhere Productions LLC Have Enough Data to Prove Its Claims?

In a word, maybe. In many free movie lawsuits like this one, the movie company alleges that its agents obtained data from the alleged IP address of the defendant in what is called a BitTorrent “swarm” – which is one way people download large files.

How Much Data is Enough for a Legally Sufficient Lawsuit Complaint?

In some cases, these lawsuits can be challenged because the Plaintiff must show:

  1. It has ownership of a valid copyright and
  2. The defendant violated the copyright owner’s exclusive rights under the Copyright Act.

In one case Antonelli Law defended (a different movie than the one here), we contended that Plaintiff did not allege sufficient evidence to show that any of its copyrighted materials were violated. The movie company submitted a declaration of its agent (not the same as the company in this article) stating that “multiple bits were conveyed over [the] connection.” However, we argued, multiple “bits” of data do not translate to a viewable image close enough to approximate being substantially similar to the movie company’s copyrighted work.

As Law Professor Matthew Sag states in his recent articleDefense Against the Dark Arts of Copyright Trolling”:

“the isolated “bits” of the movie that [Plaintiff] supposedly received from the defendant’s IP address do not meet the standard for copyright infringement. In the cases that we have studied, the plaintiffs have offered declarations that defendant’s IP address was observed transmitting data with a certain hash value. That hash value, it is alleged, is the same as the hash value of a piece that the witness combined with other pieces to create a file identical to the copyright owner’s work… note that these declarations say nothing about the size or contents of the portions of the work actually downloaded from the defendant’s IP address. In essence, the plaintiff can only state truthfully that its software observed the defendant’s IP address transmitting a fraction of the work….”There is nothing in either declaration that would allow the court to conclude that the “bits” and “pieces” captured by [plaintiff’s experts’] technology as allegedly distributed from Doe’s IP address meet the standard of originality justifying a finding that they are protectable elements of the works.

So How Much Data Did Justice Everywhere Productions Allegedly Observe From Defendants?

In at least one Justice Everywhere Productions lawsuit, the movie company’s lawsuit Complaint states that “a piece” of the movie file was observed and obtained by the movie company’s consultant.

Is this all the evidence that they have?

If so, are these allegations in the Justice Everywhere Productions lawsuit enough to withstand a motion to dismiss the Complaint under federal rule 12(b)(6)? A defendant will need to ask the judge to make that determination. It may cost more to do this than to settle, but this could be the right strategy for some who are targeted in Justice Everywhere Productions lawsuits.

Its Worth Repeating: Don’t Sign a Waiver of Service of Summons Form Before Speaking with an Attorney

As defense attorneys, we are concerned that people who receive a Waiver of Service of Summons form in the mail from the movie company’s lawyer will lead to an unfair default judgment against them. Please speak with an attorney experienced in movie download federal copyright lawsuits before you sign a Waiver of Service of Summons form.

Like other BitTorrent peer-to-peer file-sharing cases, Justice Everywhere Productions LLC. accuses defendants of copyright infringement by using software and the internet to obtain the film “London Has Fallen” without paying the appropriate license fee. There will likely be more lawsuits filed by Justice Everywhere Productions LLC.

If your internet address (“IP address”) is involved, your first notice of the lawsuit will probably be a letter from COX Communications internet and a copy of a subpoena from Justice Everywhere Productions LLC. Scroll down for additional information about these lawsuits.

Received a Subpoena from Your Internet Company? The best thing to do is to talk with an experienced lawyer. 

Antonelli Law has helped nearly 2,000 clients targeted in internet movie download lawsuits across the country, from Hawaii to New York and many states in between. We can do this because the lawsuits are in federal court, where all filings are done electronically. See our local counsel attorney information below.

Attorneys: Don’t risk malpractice in a copyright lawsuit if you don’t do this type of work regularly – the loser pays statutory and attorneys fees. We accept attorney referrals and are very experienced in this specialized litigation.

What Are the Steps in a Justice Everywhere Productions LLC. Lawsuit?

Each lawsuit is filed in federal court and requests permission to find out the real names of internet users associated with IP addresses suspected of being part of the movie downloading. This is done by sending a subpoena to the internet company (ISP). Most people find out they are involved in the lawsuit when they receive a letter from their internet company (ISP) such as Comcast, COX, Comcast, or Verizon informing them of the copyright infringement allegations. A copy of a Justice Everywhere Productions LLC. Subpoena will probably be enclosed.

If you are the account holder for an internet service provider (ISP), your name is linked to an IP address. If you receive an ISP letter or email informing you a subpoena was received to reveal your identity for a copyright infringement lawsuit. You have the right to file something called a motion to quash the subpoena, although the risks and benefits of filing one should be discussed with a qualified attorney.

Antonelli Law’s Local Counsel –  Nationwide Defense Practice

Antonelli Law defense attorneys and local counsel are admitted to the district courts wherever Justice Everywhere Productions LLC. lawsuits are filed from coast to coast. We are able to represent you in your federal case without being more expensive or more difficult to hire than hiring a local law firm in part because federal courts require attorneys to file their papers electronically, and often conduct hearings by telephone. This makes frequent trips to the courthouse unnecessary.

We can defend you and also help protect your anonymity in a Justice Everywhere Productions LLC. lawsuit if circumstances allow.

Antonelli Law Local Counsel

Byron L. Ames  Jurisdictions: Nevada & Utah

Byron L Ames Nevada & Utah local counsel BitTorrent Copyright Defense for Antonelli Law

Mark Del Bianco  Jurisdictions: Maryland, Washington DC

Attorney Mark Del Bianco is Antonelli Law’s Maryland local counsel for Maryland and Washington DC

Leslie Farber  Jurisdictions: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania

Leslie Farber – New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania

Peter Glazer  Jurisdiction: Virginia

Virginia copyright defense attorney Peter Glazer

Tristan C. Robinson Jurisdiction: Texas

Southern District of Texas

 

Jeffrey Antonelli Jurisdictions: Illinois, Indiana, Colorado, Michigan, Wisconsin, and others through pro hac vice

Jeffrey-Antonelli

Melissa Brabender: Illinois and Nationwide through pro hac vice admission

Attorney Melissa Brabender

Antonelli Law is the most experienced BT copyright defense firm in the country and represents clients nationwide – no more expensively than competent lawyers in your area.

Justice Everywhere Productions LLC subpoenas and summons can be scary or inconvenient, but we can help you manage the risk and the hassle.

Antonelli Law, a national BT Copyright Defense Group has defended nearly 2,000 people accused of online copyright infringement.  We know how this litigation works, and our knowledge will help you resolve the matter more efficiently than a law firm not already experienced in this niche practice.

List of Justice Everywhere Productions LLC Cases Filed by State

District of Pennsylvania

  • Justice Everywhere Productions LLC v Does 1-6 5:17-cv-02769

Antonelli Law has defensed nearly 2,000 clients nationwide from more than 50 movie companies! Let us help you.

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Your Kids Can Get You Sued in Federal Court with “Free Movie” Internet Streaming, Downloads – Antonelli Defense & Information

 

Sued in a Cook Productions Inc Lawsuit? Free Consultation With Antonelli Law Defense

Sued by Cook Productions Inc? Here’s the Help & Information You Need – Antonelli Law Defense

Cook Productions, Inc., the movie company behind “Mr. Church” starring Eddie Murphy and Britt Robertson, has sued many internet users across the country. The company alleges its movie was obtained for free on the internet without paying its license fee. According to the Cook Productions, Inc lawsuit this amounts to copyright infringement and they allege they can prove it pursuant to the US Copyright Act.

Antonelli Law represents people targeted in ISP subpoenas and lawsuits nationwide. In fact, over the past 6 years we have represented nearly 2,000 clients from lawsuits filed by more than 50 different movie companies from Hawaii to New York who were targeted in these types of cases. Our experience has allowed us to develop a high level of proficiency, allowing us to defend people with fair legal fees that most people can afford – either by settling out of court or through vigorous lawsuit defense.

The Cook Productions Inc. lawsuit is one of many “free movie” download cases we see, which are sometimes called “copyright troll” lawsuits or BitTorrent lawsuits. BitTorrent is a common software people use to illegally obtain movies online. Our experience representing so many people and understanding the technology behind these lawsuits allowed us to write a legal article explaining these lawsuits to other lawyers. It was published by a prominent state bar Intellectual Property Section.

Cook Productions Lawsuits – They Are the Same as Other Movie Download Lawsuits

Overall, these Cook Productions Inc. lawsuits are the same as similar lawsuits filed by other movie companies. They all have the same thing in common: The internet user’s IP address associated with their internet account was observed participating in a download of the movie company’s movie.

But too often, the internet accountholder simply did not do it. The IP address could have been “spoofed”, meaning some other computer somewhere in the world pretended to be the IP address associated with an American’s internet account. Its like having a fake driver’s license with your license number on it. Except their computer is pretending to be using your internet account with your internet IP address.

Other times, it could have been a family member, someone stealing your wi-fi signal from your home, or for some other reason that has nothing to do with the copyright infringement alleged. And yes, sometimes the IP address observation is part of an accurate description of the internet account holder illegally downloading the movie. See below for important information about these cases written recently by a law professor, Loyola Law Professor Matthew Sag.

Antonelli Law’s Experience & Local Counsel Provides Competent & Affordable Legal Representation

We have defended our clients against over 50 different movie companies across the country. In the process, we have learned a great deal that benefits our current and new clients. Because we are seasoned attorneys that have dealt with “free movie download” copyright lawsuits across the country filed by so many movie companies, Antonelli Law has developed a series of methods to deal effectively and efficiently with these lawsuits no matter where in the country our client’s lawsuit was filed.

Every movie download case involves federal law. And federal courts allow lawyers to electronically file their paperwork through the court’s official website. This key innovation means we can effectively represent clients in district courts in every state of the country.  Federal practice, especially in these kinds of cases, rarely require us to appear in court. When we do need to appear, we will be there. In the many states where we have retained local counsel, our local counsel (see below for a non-exhaustive list) can immediately appear in court should there be an emergency. The days of having a law clerk walk printed legal briefs over to the courthouse and file them with the court clerk are long gone.

Want to Talk to Antonelli Law For Free About These Questions Right Away? Start Here

If you want to talk for free with Antonelli Law right away to discuss an Cook Productions lawsuit, use our contact form below or call us at 312-201-8310 nationwide. We’re the nation’s most experienced BT copyright defense firm. Or scroll down to continue learning more about these lawsuits.

Contact US

More Information – And Free Explanations

If you are reading this article because you received a letter from your ISP internet company about a Cook Productions subpoena, or you have been served a summons, some of the following information will apply to you and some will not. If you have any questions call us for free at 312-201-8310. We excel at explaining the legal process and technology to people who aren’t lawyers or computer programmers!

Have you received a letter from the movie company’s lawyers?

If you received a letter from the movie company’s lawyers about the Cook Productions, Inc. lawsuit? If so, you may have questions regarding your legal options about defending yourself, settlement, and something called “Waiver of Service of Summons“.

Caution – Don’t Sign a Waiver of Service of Summons Form Before Speaking with an Attorney

As defense attorneys, we are concerned that people receiving a Waiver of Service of Summons form in the mail from the movie company’s lawyer will lead to an unfair default or consent judgment against them. Please speak with an attorney experienced in movie download federal copyright lawsuits.

Call us for a free consultation at 312-201-8310. or use the contact form above if you initially wish to use email.

What Are These Lawsuits About?

Cook Productions Inc. accuses defendants of copyright infringement by using software such as BitTorrent and the internet to obtain the film “London Has Fallen ” without paying the appropriate license fee.

Critics of these lawsuits say its about the movie company generating more revenue. The movie company says it is filing these lawsuits to stop piracy of its intellectual property.

What Are Movie Downloading Cases in General About? What Are “Copyright Troll” Lawsuits?

If you want to read more, consider reading the article I wrote about “copyright troll” litigation which was published by the Illinois State Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Section:

Torrent Wars

Copyright Trolls, Legitimate IP rights, and the Need for New Rules Vetting Evidence and to Amend the Copyright Act

by Jeffrey J. Antonelli

Can Antonelli Law Help Me?

Copyright infringement lawsuits are based in federal law, so we provide affordable, experienced legal help anywhere in the United States. We’re the nation’s most experienced BT copyright defense firm, helping nearly 2,000 people across the country accused of downloading movies over the internet in these types of lawsuits.  Antonelli Law will help you decide what to do about Cook Productions lawsuit letters, subpoenas, and summons.

We Will Give You an Individualized, No Pressure, Professional Consultation – For Free.

  • Learn about what the notice means.
  • Ask every question that concerns you.
  • Learn the facts and decide if you want to settle the lawsuit anonymously, wait to see if nothing happens, or plan to fight back.
  • File a motion to quash? We’ll help you to decide.
  • Have us negotiate a settlement for you, including a proper settlement agreement that is in your interest, and a dismissal order entered by the federal court to protect you and which you keep for your records.

What Can Antonelli Law Do For Me?

Antonelli Law will help you decide what to do about the Cook Productions Inc. letters, subpoenas, and summons. We have helped many people accused of downloading movies over the internet in these type of lawsuits.

Remember, don’t panic. Learn the facts and your legal options by speaking for free to an Antonelli Law attorney confidentially nationwide at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below.

Our clients say Antonelli Law is very good at:

  • Reducing your anxiety about the problem
  • Giving clear information to help you decide what to do
  • Responsive and accessible via phone and email
  • Tenacious and effective lawyers in lawsuit litigation

We understand the shock you may be feeling from receiving a notice of this action, and have the experience to help you deal with this in the best way possible for you: anonymous settlement, or prepare to fight back.

Can I File a Motion to Quash the ISP Subpoena?

Yes, as long as it is not after the deadline to do so as stated in your notice from your internet service provider. If the deadline has not passed we will need to discuss with you the relative strengths and weaknesses of doing so.

Call us today for a free consultation at 312-201-8310 nationwide or use the contact form below. Don’t panic. Learn the facts and speak for free, confidentially, with our experienced attorneys.

Does Cook Productions Inc. Have Enough Data to Prove Its Claims?

In many free movie lawsuits, the movie company alleges that its agents obtained data from the alleged IP address of the defendant in what is called a BitTorrent “swarm” – which is one way people download large files.

How Much Data is Enough for a Legally Sufficient Lawsuit Complaint?

In some cases, these lawsuits can be challenged because the Plaintiff must show:

  1. It has ownership of a valid copyright and
  2. The defendant violated the copyright owner’s exclusive rights under the Copyright Act.

In one case Antonelli Law defended (a different movie than the one here), we contended that Plaintiff did not allege sufficient evidence to show that any of its copyrighted materials were violated. The movie company submitted a declaration of its agent (not the same as the company in this article) stating that “multiple bits were conveyed over [the] connection.” However, we argued, multiple “bits” of data do not translate to a viewable image close enough to approximate being substantially similar to the movie company’s copyrighted work.

As Law Professor Matthew Sag states in his recent articleDefense Against the Dark Arts of Copyright Trolling”:

“the isolated “bits” of the movie that [Plaintiff] supposedly received from the defendant’s IP address do not meet the standard for copyright infringement. In the cases that we have studied, the plaintiffs have offered declarations that defendant’s IP address was observed transmitting data with a certain hash value. That hash value, it is alleged, is the same as the hash value of a piece that the witness combined with other pieces to create a file identical to the copyright owner’s work… note that these declarations say nothing about the size or contents of the portions of the work actually downloaded from the defendant’s IP address. In essence, the plaintiff can only state truthfully that its software observed the defendant’s IP address transmitting a fraction of the work….”There is nothing in either declaration that would allow the court to conclude that the “bits” and “pieces” captured by [plaintiff’s experts’] technology as allegedly distributed from Doe’s IP address meet the standard of originality justifying a finding that they are protectable elements of the works.

So How Much Data Did Cook Productions Allegedly Observe From Defendants?

In at least one Cook Productions lawsuit, the movie company’s lawsuit Complaint states that “Each Defendant had copied a piece of the Plaintiff’s Work identified by the Unique Hash Number”.

Is this all the evidence that they have?

If so, are these allegations in the Cook Productions lawsuit enough to withstand a motion to dismiss the Complaint under federal rule 12(b)(6)? A defendant will need to ask the judge to make that determination. It may cost more to do this than to settle, but this could be the right strategy for some who are targeted in Cook Productions lawsuits.

Its Worth Repeating: Don’t Sign a Waiver of Service of Summons Form Before Speaking with an Attorney

As defense attorneys, we are concerned that people who receive a Waiver of Service of Summons form in the mail from the movie company’s lawyer will lead to an unfair default judgment against them. Please speak with an attorney experienced in movie download federal copyright lawsuits before you sign a Waiver of Service of Summons form.

Like other BitTorrent peer-to-peer file-sharing cases, Cook Productions Inc. accuses defendants of copyright infringement by using software and the internet to obtain the film “London Has Fallen” without paying the appropriate license fee. There will likely be more lawsuits filed by Cook Productions Inc.

If your internet address (“IP address”) is involved, your first notice of the lawsuit will probably be a letter from COX Communications internet and a copy of a subpoena from Cook Productions Inc. Scroll down for additional information about these lawsuits.

Received a Subpoena from Your Internet Company? The best thing to do is to talk with an experienced lawyer. 

Antonelli Law has helped nearly 2,000 clients targeted in internet movie download lawsuits across the country, from Hawaii to New York and many states in between. We can do this because the lawsuits are in federal court, where all filings are done electronically. See our local counsel attorney information below.

Attorneys: Don’t risk malpractice in a copyright lawsuit if you don’t do this type of work regularly – the loser pays statutory and attorneys fees. We accept attorney referrals and are very experienced in this specialized litigation.

What Are the Steps in a Cook Productions Inc. Lawsuit?

Each lawsuit is filed in federal court and requests permission to find out the real names of internet users associated with IP addresses suspected of being part of the movie downloading. This is done by sending a subpoena to the internet company (ISP). Most people find out they are involved in the lawsuit when they receive a letter from their internet company (ISP) such as Comcast, COX, Comcast, or Verizon informing them of the copyright infringement allegations. A copy of a Cook Productions Inc. Subpoena will probably be enclosed.

If you are the account holder for an internet service provider (ISP), your name is linked to an IP address. If you receive an ISP letter or email informing you a subpoena was received to reveal your identity for a copyright infringement lawsuit. You have the right to file something called a motion to quash the subpoena, although the risks and benefits of filing one should be discussed with a qualified attorney.

Antonelli Law’s Local Counsel –  Nationwide Defense Practice

Antonelli Law defense attorneys and local counsel are admitted to the district courts wherever Cook Productions Inc. lawsuits are filed from coast to coast. We are able to represent you in your federal case without being more expensive or more difficult to hire than hiring a local law firm in part because federal courts require attorneys to file their papers electronically, and often conduct hearings by telephone. This makes frequent trips to the courthouse unnecessary.

We can defend you and also help protect your anonymity in a Cook Productions Inc. lawsuit if circumstances allow.

Who Are Our Local Counsel?

Byron L. Ames  Jurisdictions: Nevada & Utah

Byron L Ames Nevada & Utah local counsel BitTorrent Copyright Defense for Antonelli Law

Mark Del Bianco  Jurisdictions: Maryland, Washington DC

Attorney Mark Del Bianco is Antonelli Law’s Maryland local counsel for Maryland and Washington DC

Leslie Farber  Jurisdictions: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania

Leslie Farber – New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania

Peter Glazer  Jurisdiction: Virginia

Virginia copyright defense attorney Peter Glazer

Tristan C. Robinson Jurisdiction: Texas

Southern District of Texas

 

Jeffrey Antonelli Jurisdictions: Illinois, Indiana, Colorado, Michigan, Wisconsin, and others through pro hac vice

Jeffrey-Antonelli

Melissa Brabender: Illinois and Nationwide through pro hac vice admission

Attorney Melissa Brabender

Antonelli Law is the most experienced BT copyright defense firm in the country and represents clients nationwide – no more expensively than competent lawyers in your area.

Each lawsuit is filed in federal court and requests permission to find out the real names of internet users associated with IP addresses suspected of being part of the movie downloading. This is done by sending a subpoena to the internet company (ISP). Most people find out they are involved in the lawsuit when they receive a letter from their internet company (ISP) such as Comcast, COX, Comcast, or Verizon informing them of the copyright infringement allegations. A copy of a Cook Productions Inc Subpoena will probably be enclosed.

If you are the account holder for an internet service provider (ISP), your name is linked to an IP address. If you receive a Comcast, COX, CenturyLink or similar letter informing you a subpoena was received to reveal your identity call Antonelli Law nationwide at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below to learn your legal options including settling anonymously, filing a motion to quash or vacate the subpoena, or to prepare to fight the lawsuit.

Cook Productions Inc subpoenas and summons can be scary or inconvenient, but we can help you manage the risk and the hassle.

Antonelli Law, a national BT Copyright Defense Group has defended nearly 2,000 people accused of online copyright infringement including many accused by Cook Productions, Inc.

List of Cook Productions Inc Cases Filed by State

District of Hawaii

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-12 1:17-cv-00129

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-15 1:17-cv-00034

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-10 1:16-cv-00637

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-23 1:16-cv-03198

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-5 1:16-cv-00638

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-4 1:16-cv-00639

 

District of Illinois

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-12 1:17-cv-00536

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-12 1:17-cv-00535

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-12 1:17-cv-00526

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-13 1:17-cv-00523

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-15 1:17-cv-00522

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-29 1:16-cv-11337

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-24 1:16-cv-11338

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-23 1:16-cv-11339

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-25 1:16-cv-11340

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-18 1:16-cv-11341

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-21 1:16-cv-11344

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-15 1:16-cv-11345

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-14 1:16-cv-11347

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-13 1:16-cv-11350

Cook Productions LLC is represented in Illinois by attorney Michael A. Hierl

District of Indiana

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-11 3:16-cv-00773

Cook Productions LLC v. Doe 1 et al (1-10) 1:16-cv-03158

 

District of Kentucky

Cook Productions LLC v. Does (1-9) 3:16-cv-00838

District of Maryland

Cook Productions LLC v. Doe 1 et al (1-10) 8:16-cv-03873

District of Nevada

Cook Productions LLC v. Does (1-18) 2:17-cv-00049

 

District of North Carolina

Cook Productions LLC v. Doe 1 et al (1-7)   5:16-cv-00909

Cook Productions LLC v. Doe 1 et al (1-16) 5:16-cv-00910

Cook Productions LLC v. Doe 1 et al (1-10) 5:16-cv-00924

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-5 1:16-cv-01369

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-7 1:16-cv-01372

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-9 1:16-cv-01373

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-11 1:16-cv-01374

Cook Productions LLC v. Does 1-11 1:16-cv-01375

 

District of Ohio

 

Cook Productions LLC v. Does (1-10) 3:16-cv-03045

Cook Productions LLC v. Does (1-15) 2:16-cv-01192

 

District of Pennsylvania

Cook Productions LLC v. Does (1-15) 2:17-cv-00345

Cook Productions LLC v. Does (1-13) 2:17-cv-00705

Cook Productions LLC v. Does (1-5) 2:16-cv-06532

 

District of Utah

Cook Productions LLC v. Does (1-28) 2:17-cv-00600

 

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Sued in a Malibu Media LLC Lawsuit? Free Consultation With Antonelli Law Defense

Sued by Malibu Media LLC ? Here’s the Help & Information You Need – Antonelli Law Defense

Malibu Media LLC has sued thousands of people across the United States in recent years for downloading its pornographic movies on the internet without permission. The company alleges its movies were obtained for free on the internet without paying its license fee.

According to Malibu Media LLC, this amounts to copyright infringement and they allege they can prove it pursuant to the US Copyright Act.

Antonelli Law represents people targeted in ISP subpoenas and lawsuits nationwide. In fact, over the past 6 years we have represented nearly 2,000 clients from lawsuits filed by more than 50 different movie companies from Hawaii to New York. If you are being targeted in one of the lawsuits filed by Malibu Media LLC, we can help you affordably and efficiently.  We help people resolve this in a number of ways after a free, full consultation such as anonymous settlement,  motion to quash the subpoena, motions to dismiss, and vigorous lawsuit defense.

Malibu Media LLC Is Now Sending Settlement Demand Letters

For the last few years, if Malibu Media LLC was suing you, you would get just one warning. You would receive a letter from your internet company informing you a subpoena was received to reveal your name and address.

But now, at least one lawyer working for Malibu Media LLC, Henrik Mosesi, and perhaps others are first sending a letter demanding money to settle the claims before the defendant’s name is publicly revealed in the lawsuit.

Want to Talk to Antonelli Law For Free About These Questions Right Away? Start Here

If you want to talk for free with Antonelli Law right away to discuss a Malibu Media LLC lawsuit, use our contact form below or call us at 312-201-8310 nationwide. We’re the nation’s most experienced BT copyright defense firm. Or scroll down to continue learning more about these lawsuits.

Contact US

More Information – And Free Explanations

If you are reading this article because you received a letter from your ISP internet company about an Malibu Media LLC subpoena, or you have been served a summons, some of the following information will apply to you and some will not. If you have any questions call us for free at 312-201-8310. We excel at explaining the legal process and technology to people who aren’t lawyers or computer programmers!

Malibu Media LLC Lawsuits – They Are Mostly the Same as Other Movie Download Lawsuits

Overall, the Malibu Media LLC lawsuits are the same as similar lawsuits filed by other movie companies. However, these lawsuits have greater consequence because they allege multiple movies were downloaded. This greatly increases the legal risk for a much larger possible financial judgment in court. What Malibu Media LLC lawsuits have in common with other movie download lawsuits is that the internet user’s IP address was observed participating in a download of the movie company’s movie.

The Malibu Media LLC lawsuits are one of many “free movie” download cases we see, which are sometimes called “copyright troll” lawsuits or BitTorrent lawsuits. BitTorrent is a common software people use to illegally obtain movies online. Our experience representing so many people and understanding the technology behind these lawsuits allowed us to write a legal article explaining these lawsuits to other lawyers. It was published by a prominent state bar Intellectual Property Section.

Too often, the internet accountholder simply did not do it. The IP address could have been “spoofed”, meaning some other computer somewhere in the world pretended to be the IP address associated with an American’s internet account. Its like having a fake driver’s license with your license number on it. Except their computer is pretending to be using your internet account with your internet IP address.

Other times, it could have been a family member, someone stealing your wi-fi signal from your home, or for some other reason that has nothing to do with the copyright infringement alleged. And yes, sometimes the IP address observation is part of an accurate description of the internet account holder illegally downloading the movie. See below for important information about these cases written recently by a law professor, Loyola Law Professor Matthew Sag.

Antonelli Law’s Experience & Local Counsel Provides Competent & Affordable Legal Representation

Bloomberg BNA published this article quoting attorney Jeffrey Antonelli about the large increase in Malibu Media’s federal copyright lawsuits.

We have defended our clients against over 50 different movie companies across the country. In the process, we have learned a great deal that benefits our current and new clients. Because we are seasoned attorneys that have dealt with “free movie download” copyright lawsuits across the country filed by so many movie companies, Antonelli Law has developed a series of methods to deal effectively and efficiently with these lawsuits no matter where in the country our client’s lawsuit was filed.

Every movie download case involves federal law. And federal courts allow lawyers to electronically file their paperwork through the court’s official website. This key innovation means we can effectively represent clients in district courts in every state of the country.  Federal practice, especially in these kinds of cases, rarely require us to appear in court. When we do need to appear, we will be there. In the many states where we have retained local counsel, our local counsel (see below for a non-exhaustive list) can immediately appear in court should there be an emergency. The days of having a law clerk walk printed legal briefs over to the courthouse and file them with the court clerk are long gone.

Have you received a letter from Malibu Media LLC’s lawyers?

Other attorneys working for Malibu Media LLC who may be sending similar settlement demand letters and the state they are located in:

  • Henrik Mosesi                       California
  • Mary K Schultz                     Illinois
  • Jon Hoppe                             Maryland
  • Joel A. Bernier                      Michigan
  • Christopher Fiore                  New Jersey
  • Jacqueline M. James             New York & Connecticut
  • A. Jordan Rushie                   Pennsylvania
  • Andrew Darshan Kumar       Texas
  • John Carlin Decker, II           Virginia

If you received a letter from the movie company’s lawyers about a Malibu Media LLC  lawsuit? If so, you may have questions regarding your legal options about defending yourself, settlement, and something called “Waiver of Service of Summons”.

Who is Malibu Media LLC Anyway?

Malibu Media LLC owns the X-Art.com website and alleges the people it sues are users of BitTorrent file-sharing technology that are illegally obtaining and sharing their copyrighted movies for free. Significant questions have arisen regarding the methods the company’s agents employ in order to obtain the IP addresses of the lawsuits’ defendants.

Caution – Don’t Sign a Waiver of Service of Summons Form Before Speaking with an Attorney

As defense attorneys, we are concerned that people receiving a Waiver of Service of Summons form in the mail from the movie company’s lawyer will lead to an unfair default or consent judgment against them. Please speak with an attorney experienced in movie download federal copyright lawsuits.

Call us for a free consultation at 312-201-8310. or use the contact form above if you initially wish to use email.

What Are These Lawsuits About?

Critics of these lawsuits say its about the movie company generating more revenue. The movie company says it is filing these lawsuits to stop piracy of its intellectual property.

What Are Movie Downloading Cases in General About? What Are “Copyright Troll” Lawsuits?

If you want to read more, consider reading the article I wrote about “copyright troll” litigation which was published by the Illinois State Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Section:

Torrent Wars

Copyright Trolls, Legitimate IP rights, and the Need for New Rules Vetting Evidence and to Amend the Copyright Act

by Jeffrey J. Antonelli

Can Antonelli Law Help Me?

Copyright infringement lawsuits are based in federal law, so we provide affordable, experienced legal help anywhere in the United States. We’re the nation’s most experienced BT copyright defense firm, helping nearly 2,000 people across the country accused of downloading movies over the internet in these types of lawsuits.  Antonelli Law will help you decide what to do about Malibu Media LLC lawsuit letters, subpoenas, and summons.

We Will Give You an Individualized, No Pressure, Professional Consultation – For Free.

  • Learn about what the notice means.
  • Ask every question that concerns you.
  • Learn the facts and decide if you want to settle the lawsuit anonymously, wait to see if nothing happens, or plan to fight back.
  • File a motion to quash? We’ll help you to decide.

Have us negotiate a settlement for you, including a proper settlement agreement that is in your interest, and a dismissal order entered by the federal court to protect you and which you keep for your records.

What Can Antonelli Law Do For Me?

Antonelli Law will help you decide what to do about the Malibu Media LLC letters, subpoenas, and summons. We have helped many people accused of downloading movies over the internet in these type of lawsuits.

Remember, don’t panic. Learn the facts and your legal options by speaking for free to an Antonelli Law attorney confidentially nationwide at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below.

Our clients say Antonelli Law is very good at:

  • Reducing your anxiety about the problem
  • Giving clear information to help you decide what to do
  • Responsive and accessible via phone and email
  • Tenacious and effective lawyers in lawsuit litigation

We understand the shock you may be feeling from receiving a notice of this action, and have the experience to help you deal with this in the best way possible for you: anonymous settlement, or prepare to fight back.

Can I File a Motion to Quash the ISP Subpoena?

Yes, if it is not after the deadline to do so stated in your notice from your internet service provider. If the deadline has not passed we will need to discuss with you the relative strengths and weaknesses of doing so.

Call us today for a free consultation at 312-201-8310 nationwide or use the contact form below. Don’t panic. Learn the facts and speak for free, confidentially, with our experienced attorneys.

Does Malibu Media LLC Have Enough Data to Prove Its Claims?

In many free movie lawsuits, the movie company alleges that its agents obtained data from the alleged IP address of the defendant in what is called a BitTorrent “swarm” – which is one way people download large files.

How Much Data is Enough for a Legally Sufficient Lawsuit Complaint?

In some cases, these lawsuits can be challenged because Malibu Media LLC must show:

  1. It has ownership of a valid copyright and
  2. The defendant violated the copyright owner’s exclusive rights under the Copyright Act.

In one recent Malibu Media LLC case Antonelli Law defended, we contended that Plaintiff did not allege sufficient evidence to show that any of its copyrighted materials were violated. The movie company submitted a declaration of its agent (not the same as the company in this article) stating that “multiple bits were conveyed over [the] connection.” However, we argued, multiple “bits” of data do not translate to a viewable image close enough to approximate being substantially similar to the movie company’s copyrighted work. We also alleged lack of jurisdiction.

So did the motion to quash work? Yes, it did. A few days before the hearing Malibu Media LLC dismissed the lawsuit permanently, called “with prejudice.”

As Law Professor Matthew Sag states in his recent articleDefense Against the Dark Arts of Copyright Trolling”:

“the isolated “bits” of the movie that [Plaintiff] supposedly received from the defendant’s IP address do not meet the standard for copyright infringement. In the cases that we have studied, the plaintiffs have offered declarations that defendant’s IP address was observed transmitting data with a certain hash value. That hash value, it is alleged, is the same as the hash value of a piece that the witness combined with other pieces to create a file identical to the copyright owner’s work… note that these declarations say nothing about the size or contents of the portions of the work actually downloaded from the defendant’s IP address. In essence, the plaintiff can only state truthfully that its software observed the defendant’s IP address transmitting a fraction of the work….”There is nothing in either declaration that would allow the court to conclude that the “bits” and “pieces” captured by [plaintiff’s experts’] technology as allegedly distributed from Doe’s IP address meet the standard of originality justifying a finding that they are protectable elements of the works.

So How Much Data Did Malibu Media LLC Allegedly Observe From Defendants?

Are isolated bits all the evidence that they have?

If so, are these allegations in the Malibu Media LLC lawsuit enough to withstand a motion to dismiss the Complaint under federal rule 12(b)(6)? A defendant will need to ask the judge to make that determination. It may cost more to do this than to settle, but this could be the right strategy for some who are targeted in Malibu Media LLC lawsuits.

Its Worth Repeating: Don’t Sign a Waiver of Service of Summons Form Before Speaking with an Attorney

As defense attorneys, we are concerned that people who receive a Waiver of Service of Summons form in the mail from the movie company’s lawyer will lead to an unfair default judgment against them. Please speak with an attorney experienced in movie download federal copyright lawsuits before you sign a Waiver of Service of Summons form.

Like other BitTorrent peer-to-peer file-sharing cases, Malibu Media LLC. accuses defendants of copyright infringement by using software and the internet to obtain the films without paying the appropriate license fee. There will likely be more lawsuits filed by Malibu Media LLC.

If your internet address (“IP address”) is involved, your first notice of the lawsuit will probably be a letter from COX Communications internet and a copy of a subpoena from Malibu Media LLC. Scroll down for additional information about these lawsuits.

Received a Subpoena from Your Internet Company? The best thing to do is to talk with an experienced lawyer. 

Antonelli Law has helped nearly 2,000 clients targeted in internet movie download lawsuits across the country, from Hawaii to New York and many states in between. We can do this because the lawsuits are in federal court, where all filings are done electronically. See our local counsel attorney information below.

Attorneys: Don’t risk malpractice in a copyright lawsuit if you don’t do this type of work regularly – the loser pays statutory and attorneys fees. We accept attorney referrals and are very experienced in this specialized litigation.

What Are the Steps in a Malibu Media LLC Lawsuit?

Each lawsuit is filed in federal court and requests permission to find out the real names of internet users associated with IP addresses suspected of being part of the movie downloading. This is done by sending a subpoena to the internet company (ISP). Most people find out they are involved in the lawsuit when they receive a letter from their internet company (ISP) such as Comcast, COX, Comcast, or Verizon informing them of the copyright infringement allegations. A copy of a Malibu Media LLC Subpoena will probably be enclosed.

If you are the account holder for an internet service provider (ISP), your name is linked to an IP address. If you receive an ISP letter or email informing you a subpoena was received to reveal your identity for a copyright infringement lawsuit. You have the right to file something called a motion to quash the subpoena, although the risks and benefits of filing one should be discussed with a qualified attorney.

Antonelli Law’s Local Counsel –  Nationwide Defense Practice

Antonelli Law defense attorneys and local counsel are admitted to the district courts wherever Malibu Media LLC lawsuits have been filed to date from coast to coast. We are able to represent you in your federal case without being more expensive or more difficult to hire than hiring a local law firm in part because federal courts require attorneys to file their papers electronically, and often conduct hearings by telephone. This makes frequent trips to the courthouse unnecessary.

We can defend you and also help protect your anonymity in a Malibu Media LLC lawsuit if circumstances allow.

Who Are Our Local Counsel?

Byron L. Ames  Jurisdictions: Nevada & Utah

Byron L Ames Nevada & Utah local counsel BitTorrent Copyright Defense for Antonelli Law
Byron L Ames Nevada & Utah local counsel BitTorrent Copyright Defense for Antonelli Law

Mark Del Bianco  Jurisdictions: Maryland, Washington DC

Attorney Mark Del Bianco is Antonelli Law's local counsel for Maryland and Washington DC
Attorney Mark Del Bianco is Antonelli Law’s Maryland local counsel for Maryland and Washington DC

Leslie Farber – New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania

Leslie Farber – New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania

Peter Glazer  Jurisdiction: Virginia

Virginia copyright defense attorney Peter Glazer
Virginia copyright defense attorney Peter Glazer

Tristan C. Robinson Jurisdiction: Texas

Southern District of Texas

 

Jeffrey Antonelli Jurisdictions: Illinois, Indiana, Colorado, Michigan, Wisconsin, and others through pro hac vice

Jeffrey-Antonelli
Jeffrey-Antonelli

Melissa Brabender: Illinois and Nationwide through pro hac vice admission

Attorney Melissa Brabender
Attorney Melissa Brabender

Antonelli Law is the most experienced BT copyright defense firm in the country and represents clients nationwide – no more expensively than competent lawyers in your area.

Each lawsuit is filed in federal court and requests permission to find out the real names of internet users associated with IP addresses suspected of being part of the movie downloading. This is done by sending a subpoena to the internet company (ISP). Most people find out they are involved in the lawsuit when they receive a letter from their internet company (ISP) such as Comcast, COX, Comcast, or Verizon informing them of the copyright infringement allegations. A copy of a Malibu Media LLC Subpoena will probably be enclosed.

If you are the account holder for an internet service provider (ISP), your name is linked to an IP address. If you receive a Comcast, COX, CenturyLink or similar letter informing you a subpoena was received to reveal your identity call Antonelli Law nationwide at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below to learn your legal options including settling anonymously, filing a motion to quash or vacate the subpoena, or to prepare to fight the lawsuit.

Malibu Media LLC subpoenas and summons can be scary or inconvenient, but we can help you manage the risk and the hassle.

Antonelli Law, a national BT Copyright Defense Group has defended nearly 2,000 people accused of online copyright infringement including many accused by LHF Productions, Inc.

Here is a list of cases recently filed by Malibu Media LLC in the District of New York

  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01075
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01076
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01077
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01078
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01079
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01080
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01081
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01082
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01083
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01084

Here is a list of cases recently filed by Malibu Media LLC. in the  District of New Jersey :

Malibu Media LLC v Doe 17-cv-01172

  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     3:17-cv-01229-AET-LHG
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:17-cv-01317-MCA-LDW
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:17-cv-01315-ES-JAD
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:17-cv-01310-WJM-MF
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     3:17-cv-01268-BRM-LHG
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:17-cv-01319-KM-JBC
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:17-cv-01321-WJM-MF
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     3:2017-cv-01261
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     3:2017-cv-01262
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     3:2017-cv-01265
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     3:2017-cv-01266
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01276
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01277
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01272
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01271
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01273
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01275
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01185
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01232
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01228
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01236
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01239
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01252
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01240
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01237
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01172
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01180
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01179
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01188
  • Malibu Media, LLC v Doe     2:2017-cv-01182

District of Connecticut

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00279

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00280

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00259

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00259

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00279

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00278

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00277

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00276

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00275

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00274

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00273

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00272

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00271

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00259

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00258

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00257

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00256

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00254

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00253

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00252

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00251

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00250

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00249

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00233

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00232

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00230

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00229

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00227

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00225

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00224

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00223

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00221

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00220

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00219

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00213

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00203

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00195

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00190

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00189

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00188

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-00187

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-01245

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-01252

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-01254

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-01255

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-01256

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-01257

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-01258

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-01259

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-01260

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-01261

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-01262

NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS CASES

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-01396

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-01210

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-01209

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-01206

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-01202

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-01201

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-01200

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-01197

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-01196

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-01195

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-01190

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-01183

DISTRICT COURT OF MARYLAND

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-00402

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 8:17-cv-00401

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 8:17-cv-00400

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-00399

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-00398

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 8:17-cv-00397

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 8:17-cv-00396

EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN CASES

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-10451

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-10450

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-10449

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-10448

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-10447

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-10444

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-10443

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-10442

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-10441

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-10432

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-10422

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-10426

DISTRICT COURT OF NEW JERSEY CASES

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01307

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01321

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01319

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01317

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01315

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01310

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-01268

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:17-cv-01229

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01277

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01276

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01275

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01273

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01272

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01271

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01266

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01265

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01262

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01261

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01252

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01251

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01246

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01240

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01239

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01237

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01236

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01232

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01228

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01188

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01185

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01182

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01180

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01179

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-01172

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:16-cv-05256

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:16-cv-05254

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:16-cv-05266

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:16-cv-05259

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:16-cv-05258

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:16-cv-05267

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:16-cv-05264

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:16-cv-05268

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:16-cv-05260

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:16-cv-05284

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:16-cv-05282

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:16-cv-05287

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:16-cv-05228

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:16-cv-05285

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:16-cv-05283

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:16-cv-05263

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:16-cv-05261

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-05240

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-05239

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-05241

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-05242

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-05229

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:16-cv-05227

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-05231

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-05230

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-05232

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:16-cv-05237

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:16-cv-01735

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:16-cv-01740

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:16-cv-01738

DISTRICT COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA CASES

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-00662

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-00512

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-00511

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-00510

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-00509

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-00508

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-00507

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:17-cv-00506

 

DISTRICT COURT OF TEXAS CASES

 

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00498

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00497

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00495

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00494

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00493

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00492

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00491

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00490

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00489

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00488

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00487

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00486

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00485

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00484

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00483

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00482

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00481

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00480

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00479

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00478

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00477

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00476

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00475

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00474

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00473

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00472

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00471

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00470

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00469

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00468

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00466

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00465

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00425

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00424

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00423

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00422

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00421

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00420

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00418

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00417

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00415

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:17-cv-00413

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:16-cv-02406

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:16-cv-02407

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:16-cv-02408

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 4:16-cv-02409

 

DISTRICT COURT OF VIRGINIA CASES

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-00193

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-00194

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:17-cv-00192

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:16-cv-01272

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:16-cv-01274

Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:16-cv-01269

See Also:

Your Kids Can Get You Sued in Federal Court with “Free Movie” Internet Streaming, Downloads – Antonelli Defense & Information

200 Cases Later Malibu Media LLC Lawsuits Continue in California

Malibu Media returns to New Jersey

 

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