Malibu Media has filed federal copyright infringement lawsuits for years.
These cases are serious and defendants in these cases typically only have 30 days act before their name is released to Malibu Media where it can be publicly tied to their case and their anonymity is lost.
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I don’t want my name to be released to Malibu Media, how do I avoid that?
Malibu Media is alleging that you or someone in your home or office has illegally downloaded their adult film content without paying the proper licensing fees, typically using a file-sharing software such as BitTorrent.
Your first notice of your lawsuit is likely a letter from your internet service provider (ISP) along with a subpoena from Malibu Media. Again, these cases are time-sensitive and you may only have a short period of time to act before your name is released and you are publicly tied to your case.
The first thing you should do is speak to an experienced copyright infringement attorney and discuss your options. The experienced attorneys at Antonelli Law have represented clients in cases just like these for years and are ready to advise you on next steps. You have three options to resolve your case:
- Settle your case
- File a motion to quash
- Fight in court
To discuss your options for your Malibu Media lawsuit with an experienced copyright infringement attorney at Antonelli Law call 312-201-8310 or click here.
This is a blog dedicated to updates on copyright infringement cases. We have handled more than 1,000 Malibu Media cases over the past eight years, helping each client figure out the best option for their individual situation. We can represent you in your case against Malibu Media. For more information about your subpoena visit our main website’s Malibu Media page.