Category: Antonelli Law

Badhouse Studios, LLC Files Federal Lawsuit Alleging Illegal Downloads of the Movie “Larceny” – ISP Subpoena Defense

Badhouse Studios, LLC has filed federal copyright infringement lawsuits alleging illegal downloads of the movie “Larceny”. On September 18, 2017 Badhouse Studios, LLC filed a federal copyright infringement lawsuit against 13 internet users of Spectrum (Time-Warner Cable), Verizon Fios, and Optimum Online in the District of New York federal court, Southern District.

Ohio Case by Cook Productions for Eddie Murphy Movie Results in Default Judgment – ISP Defense

Default Judgments in Cook Productions Case The Ohio case of Cook Productions, LLC v. Hughes, et al, case number 3:16-cv-03045, shows the danger of not defending yourself in a movie downloading copyright infringement lawsuit. Movie company Cook Productions, the company behind “Mr. Church” starring Eddie Murphy and Britt Robertson, is suing many

POW Nevada LLC Sues Colorado Internet Users for “Revolt” Movie Downloads – ISP Subpoena Defense

POW Nevada LLC Sues Colorado Comcast and CenturyLink Users for “Revolt” Movie Downloads Antonelli Law’s founder attorney Jeffrey Antonelli is admitted to federal court in Colorado, and we noticed Comcast and CenturyLink customers in Colorado are being sued for illegal downloads of the 2017 science fiction film “Revolt”. POW Nevada LLC, the

Chicago Comcast Users Sued By Venice PI, LLC For Downloading “Once Upon a Time in Venice” – Antonelli Law Defense

Chicago Comcast Users Sued By Venice PI, LLC For Downloading “Once Upon a Time in Venice” – Antonelli Law’s founder attorney Jeffrey Antonelli is admitted to federal court in Chicago’s Northern District of Illinois, and we noticed that Venice PI, LLC  is suing Chicago area Comcast users for copyright infringement. Venice PI,

Chicago Defendant Fights ME2 Productions Movie Lawsuit On His Own – Court Says No But Can Try Motion to Quash Subpoena Again – Antonelli Law Defense

Chicago Defendant Fights ME2 Productions Movie Lawsuit On His Own – Court Says No  But Try Motion to Quash Subpoena Again Its hard to defend yourself in court, especially in federal court. But one anonymous defendant in court tried to do just that in the online copyright infringement case filed by ME2
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