Colorado Receives its Tenth Dallas Buyers CLub LLC Lawsuit

Yesterday, Dallas Buyers Club LLC filed a lawsuit alleging copyright infringement in the federal District Court of Colorado, Dallas Buyers Club LLC v.    Does 1-20 1:14-cv-02225-WYD-MEH   D.CO. This is the tenth such lawsuit filed in Colorado, now targeting 190 unnamed Doe defendants since May 2014.

As previously reported in last week’s post when the Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuit targets reached more than 3,000, in a mere 6 months time Dallas Buyers Club LLC has filed more than 125 lawsuits in 11 states. Individuals in Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin have been targeted for allegedly downloading this Academy Award winning film. Since the beginning of August, the company has filed 8 lawsuits and in total has amassed more than 3,000 total defendants.

Like each previous federal lawsuit filed by Dallas Buyers Club LLC, the company alleges these as-yet anonymous Doe defendants illegally downloaded the movie Dallas Buyers Club using BitTorrent or similar peer-to-peer file-sharing programs without paying the appropriate license fee.

If you receive a letter from your ISP notifying you it received a subpoena to reveal your identity relating to a Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuit, read our prior post Dallas Buyers Club lawsuits – How to Respond to an ISP Letter

It is not a good idea to download the Dallas Buyers Club movie using BitTorrent or similar software, especially in Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin where Dallas Buyers Club LLC is actively suing.  If you are a parent make sure your children are not doing this; if you have roommates make sure your roommates are not doing this, as being a target of a federal lawsuit like this over a movie download is not fun, not fair, and is avoidable. 

Antonelli Law helps clients nationwide defending against federal BitTorrent copyright infringement claims, including claims of the Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuit.  Attorney Jeffrey Antonelli is admitted to all federal courts of Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Colorado, the Northern and Central Districts of Illinois,  and he can represent clients in any federal court anywhere through pro hac vice.

Call Antonelli Law at 312-201-8310 and speak with one of our attorneys experienced with BitTorrent copyright litigation, visit our web page on Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuits, or use the contact form below to request a convenient time to have a detailed free initial consultation about each of your options.

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Dallas Buyers Club LLC Reaches 3,000 Doe Mark

In a mere 6 months time, Dallas Buyers Club LLC has filed 125 lawsuits in 11 states. Individuals in Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin have been targeted for allegedly downloading this Academy Award winning film. Since the beginning of August, the company has filed 8 lawsuits and in total has amassed more than 3,000 total defendants.

On August 2, 2014, the company filed 4 lawsuits against 100 total Does in Texas, bringing the total in that state to 276. The very first Dallas Buyers Club lawsuit was filed in Texas in February 2014, but the state has been relatively quite since then. That is, until 200 Does were targeted in the last 2 weeks.

On the same day, 4 individual Doe lawsuits were filed in Oregon. So far, filing against individual Does has only happened in Florida and Oregon, but it may be something that becomes more common in other jurisdictions in the future.

Like each previous federal lawsuit filed by Dallas Buyers Club LLC, the company alleges these as-yet anonymous Doe defendants illegally downloaded the movie Dallas Buyers Club using BitTorrent or similar peer-to-peer file-sharing programs without paying the appropriate license fee.

If you receive a letter from your ISP notifying you it received a subpoena to reveal your identity relating to a Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuit, read our prior post Dallas Buyers Club lawsuits – How to Respond to an ISP Letter

It is not a good idea to download the Dallas Buyers Club movie using BitTorrent or similar software, especially in Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin where Dallas Buyers Club LLC is actively suing.  If you are a parent make sure your children are not doing this; if you have roommates make sure your roommates are not doing this, as being a target of a federal lawsuit like this over a movie download is not fun, not fair, and is avoidable. 

Antonelli Law helps clients nationwide defending against federal BitTorrent copyright infringement claims, including claims of the Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuit.  Attorney Jeffrey Antonelli is admitted to all federal courts of Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Colorado, the Northern and Central Districts of Illinois,  and he can represent clients in any federal court anywhere through pro hac vice.

Call Antonelli Law at 312-201-8310 and speak with one of our attorneys experienced with BitTorrent copyright litigation, visit our web page on Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuits, or use the contact form below to request a convenient time to have a detailed free initial consultation about each of your options.

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New Oregon Lawsuits:

Dallas Buyers Club LLC v. Doe  3:14-cv-01241
Dallas Buyers Club LLC v. Doe  3:14-cv-01242
Dallas Buyers Club LLC v. Doe  6:14-cv-01243
Dallas Buyers Club LLC v. Doe  6:14-cv-01244

 

 

Dallas Buyers Club Files Again in Texas

On July 24 2014, Dallas Buyers Club LLC filed four additional federal copyright lawsuits in Texas, targeting 100 unnamed Doe defendants.  These new lawsuits brings the total number of people targeted in Texas to 176, and nationwide to 2,910 in Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuits.

Most of the defendants live in Houston, but others are located in  Cypress, Deer Park, Richmond, Humble, Sugar Land, Katy, Pasadena, Spring, and  College Station. All 100 defendants are alleged to have used the same SHA -1 file.

Texas was the first state Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuits were filed, in February and March 2014. Here are the new Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuits:

Texas

4:14-cv-02119 Dallas Buyers Club   Does 1-25
4:14-cv-02120 Dallas Buyers Club   Does 1-25
4:14-cv-02121 Dallas Buyers Club   Does 1-25
4:14-cv-02124 Dallas Buyers Club   Does 1-25

Like each previous federal lawsuit filed by Dallas Buyers Club LLC, the company alleges these as-yet anonymous Doe defendants illegally downloaded the movie Dallas Buyers Club using BitTorrent or similar peer-to-peer file-sharing programs without paying the appropriate license fee.

If you receive a letter from your ISP notifying you it received a subpoena to reveal your identity relating to a Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuit, read our prior post Dallas Buyers Club lawsuits – How to Respond to an ISP Letter

Its is not a good idea to download the Dallas Buyers Club movie using BitTorrent or similar software, especially in states like Texas where Dallas Buyers Club LLC is actively suing.  If you are a parent make sure your children are not doing this; if you have roommates make sure your roommates are not doing this, as being a target of a federal lawsuit like this over a movie download is not fun, not fair, and is avoidable. 

Attorney Jeffrey Antonelli is admitted to all federal courts of Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Colorado, and the Northern and Central Districts of Illinois and can represent clients in any federal court anywhere through pro hac vice. Call Antonelli Law at 312-201-8310 and speak with one of our attorneys experienced with BitTorrent copyright litigation, visit our web page on Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuits, or use the contact form below to request a convenient time to have a detailed free initial consultation about each of your options.

Antonelli Law has helped nearly 100 clients who already faced being targeted in a Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuit and can help you, too.

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Paradise Invaded: Dallas Buyers Club Files in Hawaii

On July 23 2014, Dallas Buyers Club LLC filed two federal copyright lawsuits in Hawaii, targeting 42 unnamed Doe defendants.  The same day, Dallas Buyers Club LLC filed an additional eight new federal copyright lawsuits in Illinois, targeting 262 unnamed Doe defendants.

These new lawsuits brings the total number of people targeted nationwide to 2,810 in Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuits.

Here are the new Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuits:

Hawaii

1:14-cv-00330-ACK-RLP Dallas Buyers Club LLC v. Does 1-20
1:14-cv-00331-JMS-RLP Dallas Buyers Club LLC v. Does 1-22

Illinois

1:14-cv-05629                        Dallas Buyers Club LLC v. Does 1-21
1:14-cv-05632                        Dallas Buyers Club LLC v. Does 1-25
1:14-cv-05633                        Dallas Buyers Club LLC v. Does 1-28
1:14-cv-05634                        Dallas Buyers Club LLC v. Does 1-30
1:14-cv-05636                        Dallas Buyers Club LLC v. Does 1-35
1:14-cv-05639                        Dallas Buyers Club LLC v. Does 1-38
1:14-cv-05640                        Dallas Buyers Club LLC v. Does 1-40
1:14-cv-05643                         Dallas Buyers Club LLC v. Does 1-45

Like each previous federal lawsuit filed by Dallas Buyers Club LLC, the company alleges these as-yet anonymous Doe defendants illegally downloaded the movie Dallas Buyers Club using BitTorrent or similar peer-to-peer file-sharing programs without paying the appropriate license fee.

If you receive a letter from your ISP notifying you it received a subpoena to reveal your identity relating to a Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuit, read our prior post Dallas Buyers Club lawsuits – How to Respond to an ISP Letter

Its is not a good idea to download the Dallas Buyers Club movie using BitTorrent or similar software, especially in states like Illinois and now Hawaii where Dallas Buyers Club LLC is actively suing.  If you are a parent make sure your children are not doing this; if you have roommates make sure your roommates are not doing this, as being a target of a federal lawsuit like this over a movie download is not fun, not fair, and is avoidable. 

Attorney Jeffrey Antonelli is admitted to all federal courts of Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Colorado, and the Northern and Central Districts of Illinois and can represent clients in any federal court anywhere through pro hac vice. Call Antonelli Law at 312-201-8310 and speak with one of our attorneys experienced with BitTorrent copyright litigation, visit our web page on Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuits, or use the contact form below to request a convenient time to have a detailed free initial consultation about each of your options.

Antonelli Law has helped nearly 100 clients who already faced being targeted in a Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuit and can help you, too.

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Dallas Buyers Club LLC Breaks 2500 Defendants Nationwide

On July 22 2014, Dallas Buyers Club LLC filed five new federal copyright lawsuits in Michigan, targeting 74 unnamed Doe defendants. This brings the total number of people targeted nationwide to 2,506 in Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuits.

Like each previous federal lawsuit filed by Dallas Buyers Club LLC, the company alleges these as-yet anonymous Doe defendants illegally downloaded the movie Dallas Buyers Club using BitTorrent or similar peer-to-peer file-sharing programs without paying the appropriate license fee.

If you receive a letter from your ISP notifying you it received a subpoena to reveal your identity relating to a Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuit, read our prior post Dallas Buyers Club lawsuits – How to Respond to an ISP Letter

Its is not a good idea to download the Dallas Buyers Club movie using BitTorrent or similar software, especially in states like Michigan where Dallas Buyers Club LLC is actively suing.  If you are a parent make sure your children are not doing this; if you have roommates make sure your roommates are not doing this, as being a target of a federal lawsuit like this over a movie download is not fun, not fair, and is avoidable. 

Attorney Jeffrey Antonelli is admitted to all federal courts of Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Colorado, and the Northern and Central Districts of Illinois. Call Antonelli Law at 312-201-8310 and speak with one of our attorneys experienced with BitTorrent copyright litigation, visit our web page on Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuits, or use the contact form below to request a convenient time to have a detailed free initial consultation about each of your options.

Antonelli Law has helped nearly 100 clients who already faced being targeted in a Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuit and can help you, too.

 

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