Category: Arizona

Arizona Internet Users Receive ME2 Productions Lawsuit Letters & Settlement Demands

Have you received a letter from your ISP or from Kercsmar & Feltus attorney Gregory Collins about the ME2 Productions  lawsuit? Read on. Many people are being targeted in movie download copyright infringement lawsuits by ME2 Productions, Inc. It usually starts with a letter from your internet company and is followed by

Legal Help for Arizona Residents Sued by ME2 Productions for “Mechanic: Resurrection” Movie Downloads

ME2 Productions Inc. , the copyright holder of the movie  “Mechanic: Resurrection” starring Jason Statham, Jessica Alba, and Tommy Lee Jones has begun suing internet subscribers in Arizona federal court alleging they illegally downloaded the movie for free. The movie’s plot includes rescuing Jessica Alba’s character who is kidnapped. Scroll down for

Summons Issued for Arizona Alleged Downloaders of Fathers & Daughters Movie

Fathers & Daughters Nevada LLC is trying to show it is serious. After filing its copyright lawsuit back in April 2016, the company – which alleges internet users illegally downloaded the copyright film “Fathers & Daughters”  – has finally issued summons and filed an amended complaint on October 14 2016. Click here

CELL Film Holdings Lawsuit Information And Options to Settle or Defend in Court

Cell Film Holdings LLC Lawsuit Information And Options to Settle or Defend in Court Update: The latest Cell Film Holdings LLC lawsuit was filed in North Carolina on October 4th. The lawsuit, case number 16-cv-00833 is titled Cell Film Holdings LLC v. Does 1-9. A copy of the lawsuit complaint can be viewed

Criminal Productions Inc. Lawsuit Information And Options to Settle or Defend in Court

Criminal Productions Inc. is suing 43 COX Communications internet users in Arizona alleging they used BitTorrent to illegally download the  movie “Criminal” starring Kevin Costner and Ryan Reynolds. Criminal Productions Inc., has filed several copyright infringement lawsuits and in each lawsuit, they will soon ask the Court to allow them to issue
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