Category: copyright infringement

ME2 Productions Defendant in Chicago Blames Comcast’s Xfinity Residential WiFi Hotspot For Movie Download Accusation – Antonelli Law Defense

Is Comcast’s Xfinity Residential WiFi Hotspot Responsible For Accused Doe in ME2 Productions Lawsuit in Chicago? ME2 Productions Inc. , the copyright holder of the movie  “Mechanic: Resurrection” starring Jason Statham, Jessica Alba, and Tommy Lee Jones has sued more than 1,000 Chicagoland internet users in the Northern District of Illinois federal

Venice PI LLC Adding Jurisdictions to its Lawsuit Campaign – Antonelli Law Defense

Venice PI LLC – The Company Behind the Bruce Willis Movie “Once Upon a Time in Venice” – is Suing More Internet Users Across the Country.  Free Consultation by Antonelli Law Defense The company behind the Bruce Willis movie “Once Upon a Time in Venice”, Venice PI, LLC, is suing even more

ISP Copyright Infringement Letters – What to Do – Antonelli Law Defense

ISP Copyright Infringement Letters – What to Do Over the years, Antonelli Law has represented many internet subscribers across the country accused of online copyright infringement. This article explains what the copyright infringement notice means, and what steps you can take to protect yourself from making matters worse. Receiving a Copyright Infringement

ME2 Productions Lawsuit: Don’t Get Farmed Out By a Referral Service – Antonelli Law Defense

Success breeds imitation. One of the pioneering  Practice areas of Antonelli Law is providing affordable, competent legal defense across the country for people sued by movie companies like ME2 Productions, Venice PI LLC, or Malibu Media LLC for alleged illegal internet movie downloads. To fight these federal copyright lawsuits effectively and affordably,

Antonelli Law’s Attorneys in Chicago and Around the Country for BitTorrent Copyright Defense

Antonelli Law: Attorneys in Chicago and Around the Country for BitTorrent Copyright Defense A lot of movie companies are suing parents and internet subscribers for copyright infringement. Most often, the company alleges that the internet was used with file sharing software called BitTorrent and sometimes with software called PopcornTime to obtain the
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