Cell Film Holdings LLC, the copyright holder for the movie “Cell” starring John Cusak and Samuel Jackson, is suing internet users in Maryland for allegedly downloading the film using file-sharing software over the internet in violation of the US Copyright Act. Right now, Cell Film Productions LLC subpoenas Maryland Comcast internet users.
There are many Cell Film Holdings LLC Lawsuits. Each lawsuit is filed in federal court and requests permission to find out the real names of internet users associated with IP addresses suspected of being part of the movie downloading.
This is done by sending a subpoena to the internet company (ISP). Right now, Cell Film Holdings LLC Subpoenas Maryland Comcast Cable internet users. Most people find out they are involved in the lawsuit when they receive a letter from their internet company (ISP) such as Comcast Communications, COX, AT&T, or Verizon informing them of the copyright infringement allegations.
If you receive a subpoena, the best thing to do is to talk with an experienced lawyer.
- Learn about what the notice means.
- Do you want to quickly and anonymously make this go away by resolving the lawsuit by settling?
- Or do you want to prepare to fight the lawsuit?
- Should you file a motion to quash the subpoena
- Ask every question that concerns you.
Our Maryland local counsel attorney is Mark Del Bianco. If you received an Cell Film Holdings LLC Subpoena or were served a Summons in a Cell Film Holdings LLC lawsuit, call us at 312-201-8310 or click here to Talk to a Lawyer For Free. We will explain what a motion to quash the subpoena is about. If you are the account holder for your internet account, your name is linked to an IP address which can be seen and tracked on the internet.
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These are the IP addresses targeted by Cell Film Holdings LLC and the cities the internet subscribers live in:
- Owings Mills
- Riverdale Hills
- Silver Spring
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Cell Film Productions LLC Subpoenas Maryland Comcast Internet Users
For case number 16-cv-02544 Cell Film Holdings LLC v Does 1-15, click here for the court order allowing the Comcast Cable subpoena
Click here for a copy of the lawsuit Complaint for case number 16-cv-02544 Cell Film Holdings LLC v Does 1-15
File Name: Cell.2016.HDRip.XViDETRG
File Hash: SHA1:41802F9EB8B6EEF8456BF6B58ACC8A4EBDD92EA8
ISP: Comcast Cable
Cell Film Productions LLC Subpoenas Maryland Comcast Users
Antonelli Law’s experience with these specialized types of BitTorrent copyright infringement cases with over 1,500 clients nationwide not only makes us very competent, but we are far more efficient than other lawyers who don’t handle a lot of these cases. This means you do not have to pay legal fees for us to learn how to handle these cases and you can trust our professional judgment to help you reach the best decisions for your case. Cell Film Holdings LLC Lawsuits are dangerous for inexperienced lawyers because they involve statutory damages and possible attorney fee awards.
Our attorneys and local counsel are admitted to the district courts wherever Cell Film Holdings LLC lawsuits are filed from coast to coast. And, we are able to represent you in your federal case without being more expensive or more difficult to hire than hiring a local law firm in part because federal courts require attorneys to file their papers electronically, and often conduct hearings by telephone. This makes frequent trips to the courthouse unnecessary. We can also defend you and help protect your anonymity in a Cell Film Holdings LLC lawsuit if circumstances allow.
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