Category: Comcast letter

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 Nationwide Update – ISP Subpoena Defense

Antonelli Law provides legal defense and settlement assistance nationwide to those targeted in UN4 Productions, Inc copyright infringement lawsuits and subpoenas. The lawsuits alleged unauthorized free downloads of the movie “Boyka”. We often write posts on individual cases in each state the movie company is filing lawsuits in (click here). However, in

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,

ME2 Productions – Georgia Update by Antonelli Law

ME2 Productions – Georgia Update Antonelli Law accepts clients sued by ME2 Productions nationwide, and we’ve noticed that the lawsuits the movie company filed in Georgia alleging illegal downloads of the movie “Mechanic: Resurrection” haven’t had much legal push back from the defendants. In fact, the movie company has voluntarily dismissed a
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