Category: ISP letter

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

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

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

Hawaiian Telecom Users Sued by Venice PI LLC for “Once Upon a Time in Venice” Movie Downloads

Hawaiian Telecom Users Sued by Venice PI LLC for “Once Upon a Time in Venice” Movie Downloads Antonelli Law Ltd is my defense law firm. We offer nationwide legal help to those facing federal copyright infringement claims. Many Hawaiians hired us when they found themselves being sued for allegedly downloading a movie

Venice PI, LLC is Suing Indiana Internet Users – But Where is the Evidence? Antonelli Law Defense

Venice PI, LLC – The Company Behind the Bruce Willis Movie “Once Upon a Time in Venice” – is Suing Indiana Internet Users Antonelli Law’s founder Jeffrey Antonelli is admitted to the federal courts in Indiana, and we noticed that Venice PI, LLC  is suing Indiana internet users in federal court. Venice
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