Category: New York

NY Judge Allows Email Service of Criminal Productions Inc. Lawsuit

Criminal Productions, Inc. is filing federal copyright infringement lawsuits involving the film titled “Criminal” with Ryan Reynolds, Kevin Costner, and Gary Oldman. The film plot involves the implantation of a dead CIA agent’s memories into the mind of a convict. The first case filed in New York by Criminal Productions, Inc. alleges

More LHF Productions Inc New York Subpoenas Issued

More LHF Productions Inc New York Subpoenas Issued On September 2nd, we reported that the makers of the movie “London Has Fallen” are going after Brooklyn movie downloaders. Now, subpoenas are being issued for users of Optimum Online in Brooklyn, Hicksville, Glen Cove, and Mastic Beach to reveal their names so a

LHF Productions Lawsuit Goes After Brooklyn Movie Downloaders

The makers of the movie “London Has Fallen” are going after Brooklyn movie downloaders. On September 2nd, LHF Productions Inc.  filed this federal copyright infringement lawsuit  against 8 unnamed Brooklyn residents who use Internet service provider Altice/Cablevision/Optimum Online. The LHF Productions inc. lawsuit alleges these residents used file-sharing software like BitTorret to obtain

I received a Comcast Copyright Infringement Letter and Subpoena – Help!

I received a Comcast Copyright Infringement  letter and Subpoena – Help! Did you receive a copyright infringement notice from your internet service provider (ISP) and a subpoena for the illegal download of movies? Learn the Three Options Each Defendant Has When Receiving an ISP Subpoena – Plus Learn Extensive Background Information on

Update to Malibu Media LLC New York and CT Cases – Increased Downloads Alleged

In several lawsuits filed by Malibu Media LLC in New York and Connecticut, Antonelli Law has observed that within several weeks of the lawsuits’ complaint being filed, additional downloads of movies produced by Malibu Media LLC are alleged to have been downloaded by the unnamed defendant. For example, in the Connecticut case