Category: LHF Productions Inc

Illinois Judge Grants Request by LHF Productions Inc Lawsuit to Issue ISP Subpoenas to Reveal Names of People Who Allegedly Downloaded “London Has Fallen” Using BitTorrent

On July 20, 2016 Northern District of Illinois federal judge Andrea Wood granted the request of LHF Productions, Inc. to issue subpoenas to Comcast Cable to reveal the names of Illinois internet subscribers who allegedly downloaded the movie “London Has Fallen.” Click here for the Order allowing ISP subpoenas issued by judge

LHF Productions, Inc. to Ask Illinois Judges to Allow Comcast ISP Subpoenas

In late June 2016, LHF Productions filed 12 new copyright lawsuits in the Northern District Court of Illinois against 315 defendants with each defendant being an unnamed “Doe.” On July 19 and 20th 2016, LHF Productions, Inc. filed motions before ten federal judges in the Northern District of Illinois requesting permission to

LHF Productions, Inc. Lawsuit Granted Court Order to issue ISP Subpoenas in Colorado

Colorado Comcast internet subscribers will soon be receiving ISP letters informing them a subpoena was received to reveal their identity in a lawsuit filed by LHF Productions, Inc. These Comcast subscribers live in Arvada, Aurora, Brighton, Colorado Springs, Denver, Lafayette, Longmont, Westminster, and Wheat Ridge.  Click here for the IP addresses of

LHF Productions, Inc. serves ISP subpoenas in Ohio

LHF Productions, Inc. serves ISP subpoenas in Ohio: Wide Open West LLC, Cincinnati Bell, Frontier Communications LHF Productions, Inc.  served ISP subpoenas on July  5, 2016 demanding the identities of certain internet subscribers it alleges illegally torrented the Movie “London Has Fallen.”  Those subscribers who pay the internet bill will soon receive

New Yorkers to Get Subpoena Letters for LHF Productions, Inc – Happy Fourth of July!

New York – LHF Productions, Inc. sues for “London Has Fallen” movie torrents.  The court has approved subpoenas to be issued, and ISP letters notifying subscribers of this subpoena and the federal copyright lawsuit will be arriving soon – perhaps this Fourth of July weekend! If you are the account holder for
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