Criminal Productions, Inc. Going After Century Link Subscribers in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Criminal Productions, Inc., the purported copyright holder to the movie “Criminal” is going after Century Link internet subscribers in Colorado Springs and a Comcast Cable internet subscriber in Littleton for allegedly downloading the movie without permission in violation of the US Copyright Act.  The case is Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-13 16-cv-01836-WYD-MEH.

On July 19th, Criminal Productions, Inc filed a motion with the court to expedite the discovery of the names of those persons who pay the internet bill so that the internet subscribers may be named and served with the lawsuit.

In the lawsuit’s Complaint, Criminal Productions, Inc. alleges that 13 unnamed defendants downloaded the BitTorrent file to obtain the movie, via a file named “Criminal.2016.TS.XviD-VAiN” according to the motion to expedite discovery. The motion includes a declaration in support  signed by Daniel Macek of Maverickeye UG of Germany. Note: Criminal Productions, Inc., alleges the Century Link internet subscribers used μTorrent 3.4.7, and the Comcast Cable subscriber in Littleton used libtorrent 1.0.0.

If you are the account holder for a Century Link or Comcast account, your name is linked to an IP address. If you receive a Comcast or Century Link letter informing you a subpoena was received to reveal your identity, click here to learn about motions to quash or call Antonelli Law at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below. Attorney Jeffrey Antonelli is admitted to the District Court of Colorado and Antonelli Law has defended more than 1,500 clients accused of BitTorrent copyright litigation since 2011.

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District of Colorado
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-13 1:16-cv-01836

Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01813
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01802
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01761
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01724
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01698
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01688
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01649
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01649
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01589
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01575

Illinois Judge Grants Request by LHF Productions Inc Lawsuit to Issue ISP Subpoenas to Reveal Names of People Who Allegedly Downloaded “London Has Fallen” Using BitTorrent

On July 20, 2016 Northern District of Illinois federal judge Andrea Wood granted the request of LHF Productions, Inc. to issue subpoenas to Comcast Cable to reveal the names of Illinois internet subscribers who allegedly downloaded the movie “London Has Fallen.” Click here for the Order allowing ISP subpoenas issued by judge Andrea Wood in LHF Productions Inc v Does 1- 19 16-cv-06800.

If you are the account holder for a Comcast account, your name is linked to an IP address. If you receive a Comcast letter informing you a subpoena was received to reveal your identity, click here to learn about motions to quash or call Antonelli Law at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below. Attorneys: Don’t risk malpractice in a copyright lawsuit where the  loser pays statutory and attorneys fees. We accept attorney referrals and are very experienced in this specialized litigation.

Antonelli Law is the most experienced BT copyright defense firm in the country, and has represented many copyright infringement defendants in the Northern District of Illinois federal court. Call us at 312-201-8310 to learn your legal options. We will tell you the risks and benefits of each one.

Jeffrey Antonelli is admitted to the trial bar of the Northern District of Illinois federal court, and has been recognized by national and local media as representing many people accused of BitTorrent file-sharing of copyrighted work, including by Bloomberg BNA.

For immediate advice and a free initial consultation about this LHF Productions, Inc. lawsuit call attorney Jeffrey Antonelli at 312-201-8310 or fill out our simple contact page or email us with a request to call you back at a time that is convenient for you. 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. Attorney referrals accepted.

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LHF Productions, Inc. to Ask Illinois Judges to Allow Comcast ISP Subpoenas

In late June 2016, LHF Productions filed 12 new copyright lawsuits in the Northern District Court of Illinois against 315 defendants with each defendant being an unnamed “Doe.”

On July 19 and 20th 2016, LHF Productions, Inc. filed motions before ten federal judges in the Northern District of Illinois requesting permission to issue subpoenas to Comcast Cable to reveal the identities of internet subscribers who allegedly downloaded the movie “London Has Fallen” without permission using BitTorrent.

On July 20th, Northern District of Illinois federal judge Andrea Wood granted the request of LHF Productions, Inc. to issue subpoenas to Comcast Cable to reveal the names of Illinois internet subscribers who allegedly downloaded the movie “London Has Fallen.” Click here for the Order allowing ISP subpoenas issued by judge Andrea Wood in LHF Productions Inc v Does 1- 19 16-cv-06800.

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 informing you a subpoena was received to reveal your identity, click here to learn about motions to quash or call Antonelli Law of Chicago at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below.

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The motions before judge Sarah Ellis will be heard on Wednesday, July 27th at 9:45 in court room 1403, unless the judge takes action on the motion prior to that date. Click here for the motion for leave to issue Comcast subpoenas in case number 16-cv-6796 LHF Productions, Inc. v Does 1-25. Click here for the motion for leave to issue Comcast subpoenas in case number 16-cv-6798 LHF Productions, Inc. v Does 1-24 .

The motion before judge Samuel Der-Yeghiayan will be heard on Wednesday, July 27th at 9:00 in court room 1903, unless the judge takes action on the motion prior to that date. Click here for the motion for leave to issue Comcast subpoenas in case number 16-6796 LHF Productions, Inc. v Does 1-25.

The motions before judge Manish S. Shah will be heard on August 3rd at 9:45 AM in court room 1719, unless the judge takes action on the motion prior to that date. Click here for the motion for leave to issue Comcast subpoenas in case number 16-cv-06799 LHF Productions, Inc. v Does 1-24. Click here for the motion for leave to issue Comcast subpoenas in case number 16-cv-06808 LHF Productions, Inc. v Does 1-30.

The motion before judge James Zagel will be heard on August 2nd at 9:30 AM in court room 2503, unless the judge takes action on the motion prior to that date. Click here for the motion for leave to issue Comcast subpoenas in case number 16-cv-06801 LHF Productions, Inc. v Does 1-18.

The motion before judge John Lee will be heard on August 4th at 9:00 AM in court room 1225, unless the judge takes action on the motion prior to that date. Click here for the motion for leave to issue Comcast subpoenas in case number 16-cv-06802 LHF Productions, Inc. v Does 1-30.

The motion before judge Milton Shadur will be heard on July 26 2016 at 9:15 AM in court room 2303, unless the judge takes action on the motion prior to that date. Click here for the motion for leave to issue Comcast subpoenas in case number 16-cv-06803 LHF Productions, Inc. v Does 1-31.

The motion before judge Amy St. Eve will be heard on August 9 2016 at 8:30 AM in court room 1241, unless the judge takes action on the motion prior to that date. Click here for the motion for leave to issue Comcast subpoenas in case number 16-cv-06805 LHF Productions, Inc. v Does 1-29.

The motion before judge Joan Gottschall will be heard on July 29th 2016 at 11:00 AM in court room 2325, unless the judge takes action on the motion prior to that date. Click here for the motion for leave to issue Comcast subpoenas in case number 16-cv-06806 LHF Productions, Inc. v Does 1-29.

The motion before judge Sharon Johnson Coleman will be heard on July 27th 2016 at 8:45 AM in court room 1425 unless the judge takes action on the motion prior to that date. Click here for the motion for leave to issue Comcast subpoenas in case number 16-cv-06811 LHF Productions, Inc. v Does 1-22.

The LHF Productions, Inc. lawsuits in the Northern District of Illinois will not proceed unless the motions are granted.

If the motions are granted, Comcast subscribers living in Aurora, Berwyn, Bolingbrook, Carpentersville, Chicago, Bridgeview, Des Plaines, Forest Park, Lansing, Melrose Park, Mount Prospect, Oak Park, Oswego, Rockford, Round Lake, Sycamore, Waukegan, Wheaton, Wheeling, and Wilmette will receive letters from Comcast informing them that court a subpoena was received to reveal their identity and that they have the opportunity to file a motion to quash the subpoena to try to prevent their identity being released to LHF Productions, Inc.’s attorneys.

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 informing you a subpoena was received to reveal your identity, click here to learn about motions to quash or call us at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below.

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Attorney Jeffrey Antonelli is admitted to the trial bar of the Northern District of Illinois federal court as well as numerous federal courts around the country.  Antonelli Law has represented defendants accused by LHF Productions living in Hawaii, Arizona, and Illinois of using BitTorrent file-sharing software to illegally download the movie “London Has Fallen” and over 1,100 defendants from California to New York in many BitTorrent copyright infringement lawsuits in federal court. Attorneys: Don’t risk malpractice in a copyright lawsuit where the  loser pays statutory and attorneys fees. We accept attorney referrals and are very experienced in this specialized litigation.

Jeffrey Antonelli has been recognized by national and local media as representing many people accused of BitTorrent file-sharing of copyrighted work, including by Bloomberg BNA.

Northern District of Illinois
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-25 16-cv-06796
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-25 16-cv-06797
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-24 16-cv-06798
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-24 16-cv-06799
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-19 16-cv-06800
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-18 16-cv-06801
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-30 16-cv-06802
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-31 16-cv-06803
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-29 16-cv-06805
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-29 16-cv-06806
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-39 16-cv-06808
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-22 16-cv-06811
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-30 16-cv-04730
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-27 16-cv-04731
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-29 16-cv-04732
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-19 16-cv-04733
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-25 16-cv-04734
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-23 16-cv-04740
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-29 16-cv-04741
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-28 16-cv-04742
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-29 16-cv-04743
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-26 16-cv-04744
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-26 16-cv-03903
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-24 16-cv-03904
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-26 16-cv-03892
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-21 16-cv-03902
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-25 16-cv-03896
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-26 16-cv-03899
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-27 16-cv-03907
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-27 16-cv-03897
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-31 16-cv-03905
LHF Productions, Inc v. Does 1-25 16-cv-03887

LHF Productions, Inc. Lawsuit Granted Court Order to issue ISP Subpoenas in Colorado

Colorado Comcast internet subscribers will soon be receiving ISP letters informing them a subpoena was received to reveal their identity in a lawsuit filed by LHF Productions, Inc. These Comcast subscribers live in Arvada, Aurora, Brighton, Colorado Springs, Denver, Lafayette, Longmont, Westminster, and Wheat Ridge.  Click here for the IP addresses of these Comcast subscribers. 

On July 19, 2016 Colorado district judge Michael E. Hegarty granted LHF Productions, Inc.’s  request for early discovery and to issue subpoenas to internet Service Providers (ISPs) to reveal the identities of certain subscribers who are alleged to have illegally downloaded the movie “London Has Fallen.” The order is based in part on the declaration of Daniel Arheidt of Maverickeye UG of Germany attesting to what he says is the accurate movie, date, time, and hash value in the evidence logs compiled by the company’s software called “MaverickMonitor.”  See motion for leave to issue Comcast subpoenas. The case is  LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-15 16-cv-01821-WYD-MEH. Click the green link for a copy of the lawsuit’s Complaint.

Attorney Jeffrey Antonelli is admitted to the federal district court of Colorado. Call Antonelli Law nationwide for a free initial attorney consultation for your legal options including a motion to quash the subpoena at 312-201-8310.

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 letter informing you a subpoena was received to reveal your identity, click here to learn about motions to quash or call Antonelli Law at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below. Attorneys: Don’t risk malpractice in a copyright lawsuit where the  loser pays statutory and attorneys fees. We accept attorney referrals and are very experienced in this specialized litigation.

Antonelli Law is the most experienced BT copyright defense firm in the country, and have represented many copyright infringement defendants in Colorado federal court. Call us to learn your legal options. We will tell you the risks and benefits of each one.

Jeffrey Antonelli has been recognized by national and local media as representing many people accused of BitTorrent file-sharing of copyrighted work, including by Bloomberg BNA.

For immediate advice and a free initial consultation about this LHF Productions, Inc. lawsuit call attorney Jeffrey Antonelli at 312-201-8310 or fill out our simple contact page or email us with a request to call you back at a time that is convenient for you. 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. Attorney referrals accepted.

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A copy of the Order granting LHF Productions, Inc. permission to issue early subpoenas to the ISP is here: Order- ISP Subpoena LHF Productions, Inc. 16-cv-01821-WYD-MEH

Criminal Productions, Inc. Granted Court Order to issue ISP Subpoenas in Colorado

Criminal Productions, Inc. Granted Court Orders to issue ISP Subpoenas in Colorado

Folks in Colorado will soon be receiving ISP letters telling them a subpoena was received to reveal their identity in a lawsuit filed by Criminal Productions, Inc.

On July 13, 2016 Colorado district judge Michael E. Hegarty granted Criminal Productions, Inc.’s request for early discovery and to issue subpoenas to internet Service Providers (ISPs) to reveal the identities of certain subscribers who are alleged to have illegally downloaded the movie “Criminal.” The case is 16-cv-01761 Criminal Productions Inc v Does 1-21

Attorney Jeffrey Antonelli is admitted to the federal district court of Colorado. Call Antonelli Law nationwide for a free initial attorney consultation for your legal options including a motion to quash the subpoena at 312-201-8310. Attorneys: Don’t risk malpractice in a copyright, loser pays fees case. We accept attorney referrals!

For those not familiar with this case, Criminal Productions, Inc. has filed a federal copyright infringement lawsuit involving the film titled “Criminal” with Ryan Reynolds, Kevin Costner, and Gary Oldman. The film plot involves the implantation of a dead CIA agent’s memories into the mind of a convict. In Colorado, Criminal Productions, Inc. plaintiff is represented by attorney Scott Thomas Kannady.

Like other BitTorrent peer-to-peer file-sharing cases,
Criminal Productions, Inc. accuses defendants of copyright infringement by using software and the internet to obtain the film “Criminal” without paying the appropriate license fee. 

Antonelli Law can help you nationwide if you have received an ISP letter informing you a subpoena for your identity was received, or if you are served with a summons or waiver of service.

For immediate advice and a free initial consultation call attorney Jeffrey Antonelli at 312-201-8310 or fill out our simple contact page or email us with a request to call you back at a time that is convenient for you. 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. Attorney referrals accepted.

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Also, on July 8th, Colorado district judge Michael E. Hegarty granted Criminal Productions, Inc.’s request for early discovery and to issue subpoenas to internet Service Providers (ISPs) to reveal the identities of certain subscribers who are alleged to have illegally downloaded the movie “Criminal.” The case is Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-30 16-cv-01724 . 16-cv-01724 Criminal Productions inc v Does 1-30 Colorado Order re ISP subpoenas

District of Colorado
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01761
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01724
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01698
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01688
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01649
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01649
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01589
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01575

 

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