September Productions Subpoena to Reveal Texas Comcast Users Accused of Illegal Movie Downloading

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September Productions Subpoena to Reveal Texas Comcast Users Accused of Illegal Movie Downloading

September Productions Inc. accuses defendants of copyright infringement by using software and the internet for allegedly downloading the film “Septembers of Shiraz” without paying the appropriate license fee. The movie is about a secular
Jewish family caught in the Islamic revolution in
Iran.

Received a Subpoena from September Productions from your internet company? Read On.

September Productions Inc. is suing many people right now in Texas. Comcast internet subscribers living in  Cypress, Houston, Humble, Katy, Kema, Lake City, Lake Jackson, Pasadena, Pearland, Richmond, Spring, and Sugar Land were sued in the name of their IP address, and  September Productions Inc. subpoenas will soon be showing up in their mailboxes.

There are Numerous September Productions Inc. Lawsuits.

The lawsuit filed on September 29th is September Productions Inc. v Does 1-22, anonymous BitTorrent users participating in file-sharing swarm identified by hash ending in 6AD3, Case 4:16-cv-02920 filed in the Southern District of Texas.

Another lawsuit is September Productions Inc. v Does 1-16, Case 4:16-cv-02784 filed in the Southern District of Texas.

Each lawsuit is filed in federal court and requests permission to find out the real names of internet users associated with IP addresses suspected of being part of the movie downloading. This is done by sending a subpoena to the internet company (ISP). Most people find out they are involved in the lawsuit when they receive a letter from their internet company (ISP) such as Comcast, COX, Comcast, or Verizon informing them of the copyright infringement allegations. A copy of a September Productions Inc. Subpoena will be enclosed.

If you received an September Productions Inc. Subpoena or were served a Summons in a September Productions Inc. lawsuit, call Antonelli Law nationwide at 312-201-8310 or click here to Talk to a Lawyer For Free.  We will explain what a motion to quash the subpoena is about. If you are the account holder for your internet account, your name is linked to an IP address which can be seen and tracked on the internet. Antonelli Law is the most experienced BT copyright defense law firm in the country.

Our local Houston copyright defense counsel is Tristan Robinson. 

Attorney Tristan Robinson works with us to make sure we resolve your September Productions Inc. subpoena and lawsuit in the most efficient, cost-effective manner for you. Paired with the tremendous nationwide experience of Antonelli Law defending BitTorrent copyright infringement lawsuits around the country we look forward to assisting Texans on the wrong side of a September Productions Inc. subpoena and lawsuit. 

The best thing to do is to talk with an experienced lawyer.

  • Learn about what the notice means.
  • Do you want to quickly and anonymously make this go away by resolving the lawsuit by settling?
  • Or do you want to prepare to fight the lawsuit?
  • Should you file a motion to quash the subpoena
  • Ask every question that concerns you.

This is what clients say Antonelli Law is very good at:

  • Reducing your anxiety about the problem
  • Giving clear information to help you decide what to do
  • Responsive and accessible via phone and email
  • Tenacious and effective lawyers in lawsuit litigation

Call us for a free consultation at 312-201-8310 nationwide or use the contact form below. More information can be found below the contact form.

Attorneys: Don’t risk malpractice in a copyright lawsuit where the  loser pays statutory and attorneys fees. We accept attorney referrals and are very experienced in this specialized litigation.

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Details of the September Productions Inc Case 4:16-cv-02920 filed in the Southern District of Texas.

ISP: Comcast

File name: Septembers.of.Shiraz.2015.720p.WEB-DL.850MB.MkvCage.mkv

Hash file: SHA1: 1225054C1194551ADD68CD2AE4CEF8BC7F716AD3

73.206.17.56       Humble

73.166.12.116     Houston

73.232.42.101     League City

73.232.30.123     Stafford

98.197.148.128  Sugar Land

73.32.156.51       Sugar Land

98.194.208.214  Houston

76.30.58.79         Houston

76.31.51.37         Houston

73.32.193.240    Katy

73.6.87.12             Houston

73.166.149.149   Kemah

98.196.84.85       Katy

73.6.119.205       Pasadena

98.194.96.53       Houston

98.198.222.34    League City

98.196.217.37     Pasadena

73.6.212.101       Pearland

73.32.46.210       Houston

98.198.16.30       Houston

73.166.152.183   Houston

73.206.138.165    Houston

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