Category: September Productions Inc

FAQ – Movie Download Lawsuits – Antonelli Law

FAQ – Movie Download Lawsuits Feeling confused or scared about receiving an ISP letter and subpoena? This FAQ page which will answer the questions: What is This About? What Happens Next? What Can I Do? This page also: Explains the Stages in the Life of a “John Doe” Lawsuit about alleged movie

Legal Help for Colorado Residents Sued by September Productions for Septembers of Shiraz Movie Downloads

September Productions Inc. accuses defendants of copyright infringement for allegedly downloading the film “Septembers of Shiraz” without paying the appropriate license fee. The movie plot involves a secular Jewish family caught in the Islamic revolution in Iran. Received a Subpoena from September Productions from your internet company? Read On. September Productions Inc.

September Productions Sues Maryland Comcast Cable Users Accused of “Septembers of Shiraz” Illegal Movie Downloading

September Productions Inc. Sues Maryland Comcast Cable Users Accused of “Septembers of Shiraz” Illegal Movie Downloading September Productions Inc. accuses the defendants of copyright infringement by illegally downloading the film “Septembers of Shiraz” without paying the appropriate license fee. The movie is about a secular Jewish family caught in the Islamic revolution

September Productions Subpoena to Reveal Texas Comcast Users Accused of Illegal Movie Downloading

September Productions Subpoena to Reveal Texas Comcast Users Accused of Illegal Movie Downloading September Productions Inc. accuses defendants of copyright infringement by using software and the internet for allegedly downloading the film “Septembers of Shiraz” without paying the appropriate license fee. The movie is about a secular Jewish family caught in the

September Productions Inc Subpoenas Texas Comcast Subscribers

September Productions Inc. accuses defendants of copyright infringement by using software and the internet for allegedly downloading the film “Septembers of Shiraz” without paying the appropriate license fee.  Comcast internet subscribers living in  Cypress, Houston, Lake Jackson, Richmond, Spring, and Sugar Land were sued in the name of their IP address, and