Category: Antonelli Law

UN4 Productions Suing Chicago Internet Users For “Boyka: Undisputed” Downloads – ISP Subpoena Defense

UN4 Productions, the movie company behind the Scott Adkins movie “Boyka” is suing Chicago area users for using computer file-sharing software to obtain its movie for free. Did you receive a copyright infringement notice from your internet service provider (ISP), and a subpoena from UN4 Productions for the illegal download of the

Venice PI LLC Suing Colorado ISP Users for “Once Upon a Time in Venice” Downloads – ISP Subpoena Defense

Venice PI LLC, the movie company behind the Bruce Willis movie “Once Upon a Time in Venice” is suing Colorado and other area users for using computer file-sharing software to obtain its movie for free. Did you receive a copyright infringement notice from your internet service provider (ISP), probably Comcast or CenturyLink,

How ME2 PRODUCTIONS Obtains Your Name From An IP Address – ISP Subpoena Defense

Movie company ME2 PRODUCTIONS is suing many people for allegedly downloading its adult entertainment movies using file-sharing technology called BitTorrent. This article analyzes the movie company’s motion to the court justifying its desire to obtain the names and addresses of ISP account-holders. ME2 Productions does this through a motion for “early discovery”,

UN4 Productions Inc Sues Hawaiian Users for “Boyka” – ISP Subpoena Defense

UN4 Productions Inc Sues Hawaiian Users for “Boyka” Movie Downloads UN4 Productions Inc., the movie company behind the film Boyka: Undisputed is suing internet users in Hawaii as well as in a number of other states across the US. alleging copyright infringement by obtaining the movie for free using BitTorrent or similar

How Strike 3 Holdings Obtains Your Name From An IP Address – ISP Subpoena Defense

Movie company Strike 3 Holdings LLC is suing many people in New York, Connecticut, and in Michigan  for allegedly downloading its adult entertainment movies using file-sharing technology called BitTorrent. This article analyzes the movie company’s motion to the court justifying its desire to obtain the names and addresses of Optimum Online (CSC
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