Countryman Nevada LLC – Not Done Yet

Countryman Nevada LLC, a copyright plaintiff active in the early part of 2014, has shown  it isn’t quite ready to go away just yet.

A new case against 11 John Doe defendants was filed in Colorado, a jurisdiction that hasn’t seen any action from this copyright holder since June. John Doe defendants have been targeted in Florida, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan. However, none of these jurisdictions have been active since March.

The new case is Countryman Nevada LLC v. Does 1-11 14-cv-02832

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

To date, this company has filed 30 total cases against 641 John Doe defendants. The largest numbers of cases have been filed in Colorado and Illinois, accounting for over 90% of the defendants.

It is not a good idea to download the “Charlie Countryman” movie using BitTorrent or similar software.  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 Countryman Nevada 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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11 New Dallas Buyers Club LLC Lawsuits Filed in Illinois

Yesterday, September 29, 2014, Dallas Buyers Club LLC filed eleven additional lawsuits in the Northern District of Illinois federal court against a total of 189 target defendants. This makes a total of 2,214 defendants targeted in the Northern District of Illinois.

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.

The case numbers are:

  • Dallas Buyers Club LLC v.  Does 1-10  1:14-cv-07548
  • Dallas Buyers Club LLC v.  Does 1-13  1:14-cv-07552
  • Dallas Buyers Club LLC v.  Does 1-14  1:14-cv-07553
  • Dallas Buyers Club LLC v.  Does 1-15  1:14-cv-07557
  • Dallas Buyers Club LLC v.  Does 1-14  1:14-cv-07558
  • Dallas Buyers Club LLC v.  Does 1-17  1:14-cv-07559
  • Dallas Buyers Club LLC v.  Does 1-18  1:14-cv-07560
  • Dallas Buyers Club LLC v.  Does 1-19  1:14-cv-07561
  • Dallas Buyers Club LLC v.  Does 1-21  1:14-cv-07565
  • Dallas Buyers Club LLC v.  Does 1-23  1:14-cv-07566
  • Dallas Buyers Club LLC v.  Does 1-25  1:14-cv-07568

Nationally, this brings the total to 3,747 target defendants since our post  when that number hit 3500. Dallas Buyers Club LLC has filed  136 lawsuits in 11 states including Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin.

If you received 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 and also Jeffrey Antonelli’s published article Torrent Wars for an overview of these types of lawsuits.

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. 

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 150 clients across the country who already faced being targeted in a Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuit, and nearly 500 clients nationwide responding to copyright trolls and satellite trolls and can help you, too.

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.

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Dallas Buyers Club LLC Files 15th Case in Colorado

This past week Dallas Buyers Club LLC filed two additional lawsuits in the District Court of Colorado, which makes a total of 15 copyright infringement lawsuits in the federal District Court of Colorado against a total of 289 target 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.

The case numbers are:

  • Dallas Buyers Club LLC v.  Does 1-20 1:14-cv-02619
  • Dallas Buyers Club LLC v.  Does 1-20  1:14-cv-02573

Nationally, this brings the total to almost 3600 target defendants since our post  when that number hit 3500. Dallas Buyers Club LLC has filed more than 125 lawsuits in 11 states including Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin.

If you received 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 and also Jeffrey Antonelli’s published article Torrent Wars for an overview of these types of lawsuits.

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. 

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 150 clients across the country who already faced being targeted in a Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuit and can help you, too. 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.

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Dallas Buyers Club Breaks 3500 Targets Nationwide

Over 3,500 Does Targeted by Dallas Buyers Club

With the addition of 10 cases filed this week, the total number of John Does sued by Dallas Buyers Club has surpassed 3,500. 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.

More than 2,000 (57%) of the targeted individuals reside in the Northern District of Illinois. The remaining 43% of the cases have been filed in 10 different states.

These latest cases are a clear indication that this company is not slowing down. They continue to target areas in which they have been active for months, while also filing cases in new jurisdictions.

Illinois Cases:
1:14-cv-07032 Does 1-33
1:14-cv-07033 Does 1-34
1:14-cv-07035 Does 1-45
1:14-cv-07038 Does 1-43
1:14-cv-07040 Does 1-46
1:14-cv-07044 Does 1-56
1:14-cv-07049 Does 1-14
1:14-cv-07051 Does 1-20
1:14-cv-07052 Does 1-19

Washington Case:
2:14-cv-01402 Does 1-10

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 states 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, the Northern and Central Districts of Illinois, the federal trial bar of the Northern District of Illinois, and can represent clients in any federal court. 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 more than100 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 Files Case in Connecticut

On September 5, 2014, Dallas Buyers Club LLC filed two federal copyright lawsuits in Connecticut, targeting 56 unnamed Doe defendants. This may be a two-edged sword, as Connecticut has the highest per-capita income of the United States: the guilty are more likely to have collectible assets than, say, the average person in Mississippi; yet the innocent are also more likely to possess the financial wherewithal to fight back and not settle, potentially exposing Dallas Buyers Club LLC to having to pay defendants’ attorneys fees.

Eric Osterberg of Osterberg LLC is representing Dallas Buyers Club LLC. According to his biography, Osterberg has been practicing Intellectual Property law for more than 20 years. He is admitted to the federal courts in Connecticut, Massachusetts and both the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. Whether people in these jurisdictions will be targeted in the future by Dallas Buyers Club LLC remains to be seen.

These are the new Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuits:

Connecticut

3:14-cv-01281-SRU Dallas Buyers Club LLC v. Does 1-27
3:14-cv-01283-JBA Dallas Buyers Club LLC v. Does 1-29

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 Connecticut 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 can help you nationwide if you receive notice that your ISP has received a subpoena to disclose your information, or you have received a summons or waiver of service regarding a Dallas Buyers Club LLC lawsuit.  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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