LHF Productions Inc Subpoena? Talk to a Lawyer For Free

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This week, many people in Illinois are starting to receive copies of subpoenas from LHF Productions Inc. sent to them by their Internet service provider, like Comcast.

LHF Productions Inc Subpoena? Talk to a Lawyer For Free

The best thing to do is to talk with an experienced lawyer. Learn about what the notice means. Ask every question that concerns you. Learn the facts and decide if you want to settle the lawsuit anonymously, wait to see if nothing happens, or plan to fight back. File a motion to quash? We’ll help you to decide.

Call us today for a free consultation at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below. Don’t panic. Learn the facts and speak for free, confidentially, with our experienced attorneys.

We at Antonelli Law have been defending people targeted in BitTorrent copyright infringement lawsuits like the one filed by LHF Productions Inc. for a long time and have helped over 1,500 clients nationwide. Attorney Jeffrey Antonelli has more than 15 years litigation experience and is admitted to the trial bar of the Northern District of Illinois federal court.

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LHF Productions Inc Subpoenas Residents Accused of Downloading "London Has Fallen"
LHF Productions Inc Subpoenas Residents Accused of Downloading “London Has Fallen”

 

Click here for the Order allowing ISP subpoenas issued by judge Andrea Wood in LHF Productions Inc v Does 1- 19 16-cv-06800.

In late June 2016, LHF Productions filed 12 new copyright lawsuits in the Northern District Court of Illinois against 315 defendants with each defendant being an unnamed “Doe.”

On July 19 and 20th 2016, LHF Productions, Inc. filed motions before ten federal judges in the Northern District of Illinois requesting permission to issue subpoenas to Comcast Cable to reveal the identities of internet subscribers who allegedly downloaded the movie “London Has Fallen” without permission using BitTorrent.

On July 20th, Northern District of Illinois federal judge Andrea Wood granted the request of LHF Productions, Inc. to issue subpoenas to Comcast Cable to reveal the names of Illinois internet subscribers who allegedly downloaded the movie “London Has Fallen.” Click here for the Order allowing ISP subpoenas issued by judge Andrea Wood in LHF Productions Inc v Does 1- 19 16-cv-06800.

If you are the account holder for an internet service provider (ISP), your name is linked to an IP address. If you receive an ISP letter informing you a subpoena was received to reveal your identity, click here to learn about motions to quash or call Antonelli Law of Chicago at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below.

Comcast subscribers living in Aurora, Berwyn, Bolingbrook, Carpentersville, Chicago, Bridgeview, Des Plaines, Forest Park, Lansing, Melrose Park, Mount Prospect, Oak Park, Oswego, Rockford, Round Lake, Sycamore, Waukegan, Wheaton, Wheeling, and Wilmette will receive letters from Comcast informing them that court a subpoena was received to reveal their identity and that they have the opportunity to file a motion to quash the subpoena  to try to prevent their identity being released to LHF Productions, Inc.’s attorneys.

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