Category: Illinois

BODYGUARD PRODUCTIONS, INC Suing Colorado and Illinois Users – ISP Subpoena Defense

BODYGUARD PRODUCTIONS, INC ISP Subpoena: BODYGUARD PRODUCTIONS, INC , the movie company behind the RYAN REYNOLDS, SAMUEL L. JACKSON, and GARY OLDMAN movie “THE HITMAN’S BODYGUARD” is suing COLORADO AND ILLINOIS area users for using computer file-sharing software to obtain its movie for free. Did you receive a copyright infringement notice from

How ME2 PRODUCTIONS Obtains Your Name From An IP Address – ISP Subpoena Defense

ME2 PRODUCTIONS ISP Subpoena : ME2 PRODUCTIONS , the movie company behind the Jason Statham, Jessica Alba, and Tommy Lee Jones movie “MECHANIC: RESURRECTION” is suing Internet users for using computer file-sharing software to obtain its movie for free. Did you receive a copyright infringement notice from your internet service provider (ISP),

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). For this

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

More than 300 Chicago Internet Users Sued by ME2 Productions for “Mechanic: Resurrection” Movie Downloads – Antonelli Law

ME2 Productions Inc. , the movie company holding the copyright to the movie  “Mechanic: Resurrection” starring Jessica Alba and Tommy Lee Jones, has filed a staggering number of federal lawsuits in the Northern District of Illinois in Chicago alleging more than 300 internet subscribers illegally downloaded its movie for free. The movie
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