Category: Colorado

Criminal Productions Inc. Case in Colorado Voluntarily Dismissed

In a rare Order granting a defendant’s Motion to Quash, the Colorado District Court stated that the subpoena issued July 13, 2016 to Comcast was quashed because “Plaintiff attached to the subpoena a spreadsheet containing information different than that on which the motion for early discovery was based.” Criminal Productions, Inc. then

LHF Productions Inc. Lawsuit Defendants Grows By More Than 300 in July

LHF Productions, Inc.  the copyright holder for the movie “London Has Fallen”, has filed lawsuits against more than 300 internet users in July alone for allegedly illegally downloading the movie from the internet. It appears that more than two thousand internet subscribers are currently being targeted in lawsuits by LHF Productions, Inc.

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

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

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

Criminal Productions, Inc. Granted Court Orders to issue ISP Subpoenas in Colorado CONTACT US FOR A FREE ATTORNEY CONSULTATION 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
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