Virginians accused in federal lawsuits filed by LHF Productions Inc. for downloading the movie “London Has Fallen” are close to being served with Summons and Complaint according to federal court documents recently filed.
In May, LHF Productions Inc. filed six federal copyright infringement lawsuits against a total of 122 unnamed “John Doe” Defendants who used Comcast internet service. 87 Defendants live in the Eastern District of Virginia and 35 live in the Western District of Virginia. Each lawsuit alleges that the defendants used BitTorrent software to illegally download the movie “London Has Fallen” for free.
Previously, the Court allowed LHF Productions Inc. to issue subpoenas to the internet providers of each Defendant in order to learn the identity of each person, previously only known by an IP address. Oftentimes, settlement demand letters are then sent by the lawyers representing LHF Productions Inc. to these internet subscribers. We do not know if such letters were actually sent in this case, however a review of federal court records do not show any stipulated dismissals pursuant to settlement.
Copies of the Court Orders for these LHF Productions Inc. lawsuits are shown below. Scroll down past our contact form to view them.
If you are served with a LHF Productions Virginia lawsuit Summons and Complaint, you will have 21 days to file a responsive pleading with the Court. Our Virginia local counsel Peter Glazer will help tosolve your LHF Productions Inc. Virginia lawsuit in the most efficient, cost-effective manner for you.Call Antonelli Law at 312-201-8310 for a free attorney consultation about your legal options. Paired with our tremendous experience defending BitTorrent copyright infringement lawsuits around the country we look forward to assisting Virginians on the wrong side of a LHF Productions Inc.LLC and lawsuit.
Note: If you If you are receive a letter from you internet service provider like Comcast informing you of the copyright infringement allegation of LHF Productions Inc. and your legal right to file a motion to quash or vacate the subpoena, call Antonelli Law at 312-201-8310 and we will explain each of your legal options.
In one LHF Productions Virginia lawsuit Complaint, it alleges defendants in Colonial Heights, Petersburg, Chester, Richmond, Stafford, Alexandria, Glen Allen, Woodbridge, Fredericksburg, Warrenton and Chantilly downloaded the file named London.Has.Fallen.2016.CAM-DiNGO with Hash SHAl: 696324E2794A33ABES.3
The clients used in the above LHF Productions Virginia lawsuit were Azureus 5.7.1, uTorrent 3.4.0, BitTorrent 7.9.5, TuoTu 1.5.5, BltComet 0.1.3, and others