Category: copyright infringement

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”,

UPDATE – Why One UN4 Productions Inc Motion to Quash in Chicago Was Doomed – ISP Defense

UPDATE – Antonelli Law’s Prediction Confirmed – Why One UN4 Productions Inc Motion to Quash in Chicago Was Doomed – Avoid Traps & Hire a Lawyer Even if you don’t file a motion to quash in your UN4 Productions case, the copyright infringement  lawsuit based on the “Boyka” movie, this updated article

Strike 3 Holdings LLC Sues New Yorkers for “Free” Porn Downloads– ISP Subpoena Defense

Movie company Strike 3 Holdings LLC is suing many people in New York for allegedly downloading its movies using file-sharing technology called BitTorrent. In District of New York case, Strike 3 Holdings alleges a count of copyright infringement for one of its copyrighted movies, but also alleges the Defendant infringed 56 of

POW Nevada LLC Sues Hawaiian Users for “Revolt” Movie Downloads – ISP Defense

POW Nevada LLC Sues Hawaiian Users for “Revolt” Copyright Infringement Hawaiian internet users of Hawaiian Telcom, Time Warner Cable, Verizon Wireless, and Sprint PCS are being sued for illegal downloads of the 2017 science fiction film “Revolt”. POW Nevada LLC, the movie company behind the movie, is the lawsuit plaintiff. POW Nevada is an affiliate of

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
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