Category: Century Link

LHF Productions Subpoenas Approved for North Carolinians for “London Has Fallen” Downloads

LHF Productions Subpoenas Approved for North Carolinians for “London Has Fallen” Downloads On August 24th, we wrote that North Carolinians were going to be surprised by a letter they will be receiving from Charter Communications and CenturyLink for “London Has Fallen” downloads. “London Has Fallen” is a Hollywood movie starring Morgan Freeman,

Introducing Our Local Counsel for Nevada & Utah BitTorrent Copyright Defense

Antonelli Law is pleased to introduce our Nevada and Utah local counsel Byron L. Ames for our BitTorrent Copyright Defense Group. Byron is admitted to practice in the United States District Courts of the District of Nevada, Central District of Utah, Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Byron will

I received a Comcast Copyright Infringement Letter and Subpoena – Help!

I received a Comcast Copyright Infringement  letter and Subpoena – Help! If you received a letter from Comcast or another Internet Service Provider (ISP) with a Subpoena, don’t the ignore it. Get ahead of the problem, talk with a lawyer. When you get a letter from Comcast informing you of copyright infringement allegations

LHF Productions Subpoenas North Carolinians for “London Has Fallen” Downloads

LHF Productions Subpoenas North Carolinians for “London Has Fallen” Downloads North Carolinians are going to be surprised by a letter they will be receiving from Charter Communications and CenturyLink. What’s included with the letter? A subpoena from LHF Productions, Inc. Residents in the following cities will be receiving the letters: Asheville, Benson,

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
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