Illinois Cobbler Nevada ISP Letters Arriving

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Letters are arriving addressed to ISP subscribers in the Northern District of Illinois for copyright lawsuits filed by Cobbler Nevada LLC. These lawsuits against 353 “John Doe” defendants were filed in September 2015 and allege that the defendants illegally used BitTorrent or similar file-sharing software to download the movie “The Cobbler.”

If you received an ISP letter notifying you of your right to file a motion to quash the subpoena the ISP received which would reveal your identity, call the attorneys at Antonelli Law for a free initial consultation. We are very experienced dealing with these type of cases and will give you not only each of your options, but inform you of the relative risks of each option so you can make the best choice for you.

Call Antonelli Law at 312-201-8310 or use the simple contact form below. Additional resources can be found at the bottom of this article.

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District Court of Illinois
Cobbler Nevada LLC v. Does 1-22 1:15-cv-08390
Cobbler Nevada LLC v. Does 1-26 1:15-cv-08391
Cobbler Nevada LLC v. Does 1-19 1:15-cv-08392
Cobbler Nevada LLC v. Does 1-21 1:15-cv-08393
Cobbler Nevada LLC v. Does 1-28 1:15-cv-08396
Cobbler Nevada LLC v. Does 1-20 1:15-cv-08398
Cobbler Nevada LLC v. Does 1-20 1:15-cv-08400
Cobbler Nevada LLC v. Does 1-26 1:15-cv-08402
Cobbler Nevada LLC v. Does 1-27 1:15-cv-08436
Cobbler Nevada LLC v. Does 1-26 1:15-cv-08437
Cobbler Nevada LLC v. Does 1-31 1:15-cv-08438
Cobbler Nevada LLC v. Does 1-23 1:15-cv-08441
Cobbler Nevada LLC v. Does 1-19 1:15-cv-08442
Cobbler Nevada LLC v. Does 1-31 1:15-cv-08443
Cobbler Nevada LLC v. Does 1-14 1:15-cv-08444

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