Many people in Texas will soon be receiving copies of subpoenas from Cell Film Holdings LLC sent to them by their Internet service provider Comcast.
The subpoena comes out of lawsuit filed by Cell Film Holdings LLC in Houston federal court, alleging that Comcast subscribers in Baytown, Houston, Katy, Kemah, League City, Pasadena, Richmond, Spring, Stafford, and Texas City illegally downloaded the movie “Cell” for free using file-sharing software and the Internet.
US District Judge Gray H. Miller signed an Order allowing the company to issue the Cell Film Holdings subpoenas to Comcast.
The best thing to do is to talk with an experienced lawyer. Houston attorney Tristan Robinson is local counsel for Antonelli Law, a national BT Copyright Defense Group that has defended over 1,500 people accused of online copyright infringement. Contact us and let our experience help you make the right legal decision for you.
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