LHF Productions Subpoenas North Carolinians for “London Has Fallen” Downloads
North Carolinians are going to be surprised by a letter they will be receiving from Charter Communications and CenturyLink. What’s included with the letter? A subpoena from LHF Productions, Inc. Residents in the following cities will be receiving the letters:
Asheville, Benson, Boone, Clayton, Hickory, Holly Springs, Lenoir, Lillington, Louisburg, Maiden, Snow Hill, Wake Forest, and Wilkesboro
A federal lawsuit from the makers of the movie “London Has Fallen” alleges that customers of Charter Communications and CenturyLink illegally downloaded the movie from the Internet. If the allegations are proven including that file-sharing software such as BitTorrent was used, the down-loaders face up to $150,000 in statutory damages plus attorneys fees. While that top damage award is rare, a judge can award anything within a wide area of discretion from $750 to the top award of $150,000.
The name of the file these defendants are alleged to have downloaded is “London Has Fallen 2016 1080p BluRay x264” with file hash number SHA1: 6B30D9F4FB05238053EA9201DDC079FF27923D59.
If you receive a subpoena in the mail along with a letter from Charter Communications about the LHF Productions, Inc. lawsuit, don’t panic. Speak with an attorney who is experienced in BitTorrent copyright infringement defense.
Call us today for a free consultation at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below. Don’t panic. Learn the facts and speak for free, confidentially, with our experienced attorneys.
Attorney Amelia Niemi is a native of North Carolina and attorney Jeffrey Antonelli has more than 15 years of litigation experience. Jeffrey and the other attorneys at Antonelli Law have been defending people targeted in BitTorrent copyright infringement lawsuits like the ones filed by LHF Productions, Inc. for a long time and we have helped over 1,500 clients nationwide.
Use the contact form below and we will reply within one hour or less during business hours. We understand the shock you may be feeling from receiving a notice of this action, and have the experience to help you deal with this in the best way possible for you: anonymous settlement, prepare to fight back, or other options. Attorney referrals accepted.
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The best thing to do is to talk with an experienced lawyer. Learn about what the notice means. Ask every question that concerns you. Learn the facts and decide if you want to settle the lawsuit anonymously, wait to see if nothing happens, or plan to fight back. File a motion to quash subpoena? We’ll help you to decide.
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