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More NC Internet Users Sued by ME2 productions Over Movie Downloads – Antonelli Law

ME2 Productions Inc. , the copyright holder of the movie  “Mechanic: Resurrection” starring Jason Statham, Jessica Alba, and Tommy Lee Jones is suing internet subscribers in North Carolina federal court alleging they illegally downloaded the movie for free. The movie’s plot includes rescuing Jessica Alba’s character who is kidnapped. The lawsuits are:

Malibu Media LLC Sues Internet Users in Pennsylvania – Information and Help From Antonelli Law

Malibu Media LLC, the producer of pornographic films on the x-art.com website is suing a number of internet users in Pennsylvania under the US Copyright Act for allegedly downloading its movies for free from the internet. If you receive a letter from your internet company such as Verizon or Comcast and a

I.T. Productions Sues Alleged “I.T.” Movie Downloads – Legal Help Nationwide

I.T. Productions LLC has begun filing federal copyright infringement lawsuits against internet users alleged to have illegally downloaded the movie “I.T” starring Pierce Brosnan, James Frecheville and Anna Friel. The   Your first notice of being targeted in one of these lawsuits will probably be a letter from your ISP and a

I received a Comcast Copyright Infringement Letter and Subpoena – Help!

I received a Comcast Copyright Infringement  letter and Subpoena – Help! If you received a letter from Comcast or another Internet Service Provider (ISP) with a Subpoena, don’t the ignore it. Get ahead of the problem, talk with a lawyer. When you get a letter from Comcast informing you of copyright infringement allegations

Update to Malibu Media LLC New York and CT Cases – Increased Downloads Alleged

In several lawsuits filed by Malibu Media LLC in New York and Connecticut, Antonelli Law has observed that within several weeks of the lawsuits’ complaint being filed, additional downloads of movies produced by Malibu Media LLC are alleged to have been downloaded by the unnamed defendant. For example, in the Connecticut case
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