Category: 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

UN4 Productions Suing Chicago Area Internet Users- Free Consultation With Chicago’s Antonelli Law Defense

UN4 Productions Inc is suing a lot of people in Chicago’s federal court. The movie company is alleging its movie, the fighting film Boyka: Undisputed, was obtained for free on the internet instead of paying for it legitimately, online or in the movie theater. According to the UN4 Productions Inc lawsuit this

Venice PI LLC Lawsuit – Here’s the Help & Information You Need by Antonelli Law Defense

The Company behind the Bruce Willis movie “Once Upon a Time in Venice” is Suing Internet Users.  Free Consultation by Antonelli Law Defense The company behind the Bruce Willis movie “Once Upon a Time in Venice”, Venice PI, LLC, is suing internet users for allegedly downloading or “streaming” its movie for free.

Sued in a Headhunter LLC Lawsuit? Free Consultation With Antonelli Law Defense

Sued by Headhunter LLC? Here’s the Help & Information You Need – Antonelli Law Defense Headhunter LLC, the movie company behind “A Family Man” starring Gerard Butler, Alison Brie, and William DaFoe have begun to sue many internet users. The company alleges its movie was obtained for free on the internet without
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