Category: Hawaii Telecom

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

Lawsuit Similar to ME2 Productions Case Dismissed by Judge Sara L. Ellis – Antonelli Law Defense

Lawsuit Similar to ME2 Productions Case Dismissed by Judge Sara L. Ellis If you have been sued by ME2 Productions in Chicago’s Northern District of Illinois federal court, you should strongly consider filing a motion to dismiss the lawsuit if your case is before The Honorable Judge Sara L. Ellis. Why? The

I.T. Productions LLC Sues Hawaiian Telecom Subscribers for “I.T.” Movie Downloads

I.T. Productions LLC – the movie company behind the movie “I.T” starring Pierce Brosnan, James Frecheville and Anna Friel –  is now suing Honolulu County internet subscribers using Hawaiian Telecom alleging they illegally downloaded the movie for free. The movie company has been filing similar movie download copyright lawsuits on the mainland

Cook Productions Sues Hawaiian Telecom Subscribers for “Mr Church” Movie Downloads

Cook Productions Inc.  is accusing Hawaiian Telecom internet subscribers of copyright infringement for downloading the film “Mr. Church” without paying the license fee. The movie stars Eddie Murphy and Britt Robertson. The movie company has already filed lawsuits against hundreds of people in Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, North Carolina, and Oregon. It should
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