Category: Motion to Quash Subpoena

Chicago Comcast Users Sued By Venice PI, LLC For Downloading “Once Upon a Time in Venice” – Antonelli Law Defense

Chicago Comcast Users Sued By Venice PI, LLC For Downloading “Once Upon a Time in Venice” – Antonelli Law’s founder attorney Jeffrey Antonelli is admitted to federal court in Chicago’s Northern District of Illinois, and we noticed that Venice PI, LLC  is suing Chicago area Comcast users for copyright infringement. Venice PI,

Chicago Defendant Fights ME2 Productions Movie Lawsuit On His Own – Court Says No But Can Try Motion to Quash Subpoena Again – Antonelli Law Defense

Chicago Defendant Fights ME2 Productions Movie Lawsuit On His Own – Court Says No  But Try Motion to Quash Subpoena Again Its hard to defend yourself in court, especially in federal court. But one anonymous defendant in court tried to do just that in the online copyright infringement case filed by ME2

NY Judge “A Sucker” For ME2 Productions Movie “Mechanic: Resurrection”

NY Judge “A Sucker” For ME2 Productions Movie “Mechanic: Resurrection” Many people in New York (and elsewhere) are being sued by movie company ME2 Productions, Inc. for allegedly downloading its movie “Mechanic: Resurrection”. But you better hope your lawsuit doesn’t get get assigned to the Honorable Judge Brian M. Cogan. Why? The

ME2 Productions – Georgia Update by Antonelli Law

ME2 Productions – Georgia Update Antonelli Law accepts clients sued by ME2 Productions nationwide, and we’ve noticed that the lawsuits the movie company filed in Georgia alleging illegal downloads of the movie “Mechanic: Resurrection” haven’t had much legal push back from the defendants. In fact, the movie company has voluntarily dismissed a

UN4 Productions Cases Cut Short by Chicago Federal Judge – Antonelli Law Defense

UN4 Productions Cases Cut Short by Chicago Federal Judge In two cases filed by movie company UN4 Productions, which has been going after Comcast internet users for illegal downloads of its movie “Boyka Undisputed 4”, 46 John Doe defendants were dismissed due to a recent Chicago federal judge’s order. Judge Edmund E.
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