Criminal Productions, Inc. Granted Court Order to issue ISP Subpoenas in Colorado

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Criminal Productions, Inc. Granted Court Orders to issue ISP Subpoenas in Colorado

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Folks in Colorado will soon be receiving ISP letters telling them a subpoena was received to reveal their identity in a lawsuit filed by Criminal Productions, Inc.

On July 13, 2016 Colorado district judge Michael E. Hegarty granted Criminal Productions, Inc.’s request for early discovery and to issue subpoenas to internet Service Providers (ISPs) to reveal the identities of certain subscribers who are alleged to have illegally downloaded the movie “Criminal.” The case is 16-cv-01761 Criminal Productions Inc v Does 1-21

Attorney Jeffrey Antonelli is admitted to the federal district court of Colorado. Call Antonelli Law nationwide for a free initial attorney consultation for your legal options including a motion to quash the subpoena at 312-201-8310. Attorneys: Don’t risk malpractice in a copyright, loser pays fees case. We accept attorney referrals!

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For those not familiar with this case, Criminal Productions, Inc. has filed a federal copyright infringement lawsuit involving the film titled “Criminal” with Ryan Reynolds, Kevin Costner, and Gary Oldman. The film plot involves the implantation of a dead CIA agent’s memories into the mind of a convict. In Colorado, Criminal Productions, Inc. plaintiff is represented by attorney Scott Thomas Kannady.

Like other BitTorrent peer-to-peer file-sharing cases,
Criminal Productions, Inc. accuses defendants of copyright infringement by using software and the internet to obtain the film “Criminal” without paying the appropriate license fee. 

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Antonelli Law can help you nationwide if you have received an ISP letter informing you a subpoena for your identity was received, or if you are served with a summons or waiver of service.

For immediate advice and a free initial consultation call attorney Jeffrey Antonelli at 312-201-8310 or fill out our simple contact page or email us with a request to call you back at a time that is convenient for you. We understand the shock you may be feeling from receiving a notice of this action, and have the experience to help you deal with this in the best way possible for you. Attorney referrals accepted.

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Also, on July 8th, Colorado district judge Michael E. Hegarty granted Criminal Productions, Inc.’s request for early discovery and to issue subpoenas to internet Service Providers (ISPs) to reveal the identities of certain subscribers who are alleged to have illegally downloaded the movie “Criminal.” The case is Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-30 16-cv-01724 . 16-cv-01724 Criminal Productions inc v Does 1-30 Colorado Order re ISP subpoenas

District of Colorado
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01761
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01724 – <–Note: This case, 16-cv-01724, was voluntarily dismissed on 8-9-16 and the subpoena issued July 13, 2016 to Comcast was quashed because ‘Plaintiff attached to the
subpoena a spreadsheet containing information different than that on which the motion for early
discovery was based.”
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01698
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01688
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01649
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01649
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01589
Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al 1:16-cv-01575

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