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In April of 2019, Malibu Media LLC filed 37 new lawsuits.
Malibu Media LLC is a company that produces adult films and distributes them through the website x-art.com. If you’ve received a subpoena, Malibu Media is alleging you illegally downloaded their adult films, most likely using file-sharing software such as BitTorrent.
Did Malibu Media target your state last month?
- Texas: 17
- Connecticut: 2
- Maryland: 1
- Michigan: 2
- New Jersey: 4
- New York: 4
- Pennsylvania: 5
- Virginia: 2
You have options on how you should deal with your Malibu Media subpoena.
First, make sure you don’t sign anything. You also should not try to delete anything; it could make potential penalties worse.
- Anonymously settle your case
- File a Motion to Quash
- Prepare to fight it in court
We are specialists for those being sued by Malibu Media and can walk you through all of your options. Each defendant and case are unique, so your strategy should be as well.
We represent clients nationwide. For more information, visit our Malibu Media page or contact us:
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