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Nearly 200 Coloradans Sued for “Mechanic: Resurrection” Movie Downloads by ME2 Productions Inc

ME2 Productions Inc. , the copyright holder of the movie  “Mechanic: Resurrection” starring Jason Statham, Jessica Alba, and Tommy Lee Jones have been filing federal lawsuits against Comcast Cable internet subscribers in Colorado federal court alleging they illegally downloaded the movie for free. Nearly 200 people have been sued in total as

LHF Productions New York Subpoena Request Delayed, Limited by Different Judges

LHF Productions, the copyright holder of the movie the movie “London Has Fallen” starring Gerard Butler, Morgan Freeman and Aaron Eckhart filed a number of lawsuits in New York federal court going after Optimum internet subscribers it alleges downloaded the movie for free without its permission. Contact Us – An Attorney at

Legal Help for Indiana and North Carolina Residents Sued by Cook Productions for “Mr. Church” Movie Downloads

Cook Productions Inc.  is accusing defendants 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 filed lawsuits in Indiana, North Carolina, and Oregon. Received a Subpoena from Cook Productions from your internet company? Read On.

ME2 Productions Sues Atlanta Comcast Internet Users for Downloading Mechanic: Resurrection Movie

ME2 Productions Inc. , the copyright holder of the movie  “Mechanic: Resurrection” starring Jason Statham, Jessica Alba, and Tommy Lee Jones has started suing Comcast Cable internet subscribers in Georgia federal court in Atlanta alleging they illegally downloaded the movie for free. The movie’s plot involves rescuing Jessica Alba’s character when she

Malibu Media LLC ISP Subpoenas Approved By Virginia Court

Malibu Media LLC, the producer of pornographic films on the x-art.com website has sued a number of Virginians under the US Copyright Act for allegedly downloading its movies for free from the internet. Now, federal judges in the following cases have approved Malibu Media’s request to send subpoenas to reveal the names
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