Malibu Media has filed several federal copyright infringement lawsuits against defendants accusing them of the illegal download of their adult film content. If you’re being sued by Malibu Media you should take action as soon as possible.
Malibu Media requests the information of defendants through their internet service provider (ISP). They find the ISP addresses of defendants and then seek the defendant’s name and address from their ISP through a subpoena. Your first notice of a lawsuit is typically a letter from your ISP along with a subpoena from Malibu Media.
Yes, this is real, and ignoring it will typically reduce your options.
Once you receive a letter from your ISP and a subpoena you should act immediately. These cases are time-sensitive and defendants typically only have 30 days to act before their information is released to Malibu Media. Once Malibu Media has your information they can amend the lawsuit and your name will likely be publicly tied to the case. It’s important you remain calm, don’t delete anything, and speak with a copyright infringement attorney.
The experienced BitTorrent copyright infringement attorneys at Antonelli Law can help. We’ve dealt with thousands of copyright infringement cases just like yours and can go through your options. We’ll discuss settling your case anonymously, filing a motion to quash, and fighting your case in court. Each case is unique and we’ll take your specific case into account when discussing your options and make recommendations. We’ll support you throughout the entire process and fight for you until your case is resolved.
To schedule a free consultation with one of Antonelli Law’s experienced copyright infringement attorneys to discuss why you’re being sued by Malibu Media and how to resolve your case call 312-201-8310 or click here.
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