Since May of this year, Malibu Media LLC has filed approximately 207 new BitTorrent copyright lawsuits in the federal courts of Ohio, all through its local counsel Yousef Faroniya. Six were filed in the last two days.
However, the bigger if not unexpected story is that since the three judge panel in the Maryland District Court denied all of one defense counsel’s motions to consolidate and stay the pending Malibu Media cases on September 18th, Malibu Media LLC filed a set of 17 new BitTorrent copyright lawsuits in Maryland through its local counsel Jon Hoppe. We’re surprised it didn’t happen even sooner.
For more information about Malibu Media LLC’s copyright infringement lawsuits call Antonelli Law at 312-201-8310 and speak with one of our attorneys experienced with BitTorrent copyright litigation, visit Antonelli Law’s webpage or fill out the contact form below to request a convenient time to have a detailed free initial consultation about each of your options. We’re very experienced – we’ve represented nearly 600 people targeted by Malibu Media LLC nationwide, and nearly 2,000 people targeted by copyright trolls and satellite trolls nationwide.
It is not a good idea to download the Malibu Media (X-Art.com) movies using BitTorrent or similar software. If you are a parent make sure your children are not doing this; if you have roommates make sure your roommates are not doing this, as being a target of a federal lawsuit like this over a movie download is not fun, not fair, and is avoidable.
The new BitTorrent copyright lawsuits filed by Malibu Media LLC in Ohio and Maryland are listed below, and ISP subpoenas for the subscribers’ information may soon be following along with notice of the opportunity to file a motion to quash the ISP subpoenas:
Southern District of Ohio
- Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:14-cv-02094-ALM-NMK
- Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:14-cv-02095-EAS-EPD
- Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 1:14-cv-00844-SJD
- Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 2:14-cv-02096-EAS-MRA
- Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:14-cv-00371-TMR
- Malibu Media LLC v. Doe 3:14-cv-00372-WHR
District Court of Maryland