Category: Motion to Quash Subpoena

LHF Productions Subpoenas Approved for North Carolinians for “London Has Fallen” Downloads

LHF Productions Subpoenas Approved for North Carolinians for “London Has Fallen” Downloads On August 24th, we wrote that North Carolinians were going to be surprised by a letter they will be receiving from Charter Communications and CenturyLink for “London Has Fallen” downloads. “London Has Fallen” is a Hollywood movie starring Morgan Freeman,

Malibu Media LLC Subpoenas Texans’ ISP Records in File-Sharing Cases

Malibu Media LLC Subpoenas Texans’ ISP Records in File-Sharing Cases In August, we reported that Malibu Media LLC, the owner of the website X-Art.com began suing Texans for allegedly downloading its movies using file-sharing software called BitTorrent without paying its license fees. In September and late August, Malibu Media LLC has requested

More Virginians Targeted by LHF Productions Inc Lawsuit in Virginia

Last month we reported that more than 100 Virginians would soon be served with summons and complaint by the producers of the movie “London Has Fallen” according to federal court records. In these LHF Productions Virginia lawsuits, it alleges defendants in Alexandria, Arlington, Ashburn,Chantilly, Colonial Heights, Gainseville, Petersburg, Chester, Richmond, Stafford, Glen

LHF Productions Lawsuit Goes After Brooklyn Movie Downloaders

The makers of the movie “London Has Fallen” are going after Brooklyn movie downloaders. On September 2nd, LHF Productions Inc.  filed this federal copyright infringement lawsuit  against 8 unnamed Brooklyn residents who use Internet service provider Altice/Cablevision/Optimum Online. The LHF Productions inc. lawsuit alleges these residents used file-sharing software like BitTorret to obtain

LHF Productions Inc. Lawsuits in Minnesota – Subpoenas Expected

On August 31st, LHF Productions Inc. sued 15  unnamed Minnesota residents for copyright infringement in Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Burnsville and Chaska for  allegedly downloading the movie “London Has Fallen.” These residents are users of COMCAST internet. LHF Productions Inc. alleges these persons used file-sharing software such as BitTorrent to illegally download the
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