If you’re being sued by Malibu Media, you may not know where to start in resolving your lawsuit or why you’re even being sued. Defendants typically hear of the case first when they receive a subpoena from Malibu Media along with a letter from their internet service provider (ISP).
Malibu Media accuses defendants of illegally downloading their adult film content without paying the proper licensing fees. Defendants are often accused of using file-sharing software such as BitTorrent to illegally obtain the video. If you’ve received a subpoena and a letter from your ISP you’re being sued and should take action as soon as possible.
In these cases, the sooner you act the more options you may have. Defendants typically have 30 days to act before they risk losing their anonymity. It’s important you act fast, remain calm, and consider speaking with an attorney who can go through your options with you. The attorneys at Antonelli Law have handled thousands of cases just like these and can take a look at your specific case then make recommendations as to what you should do next. Your three options are:
- Anonymously settle your lawsuit
- File a motion to quash your case
- Fight your case in court
To schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced copyright infringement attorneys to discuss your Malibu Media Lawsuit call 312-201-8310 or click here.
This is a blog dedicated to updates on copyright infringement cases. We have handled more than 1,000 Malibu Media cases over the past eight years, helping each client figure out the best option for their individual situation. We can represent you in your case against Malibu Media. For more information about your subpoena visit our main website’s Malibu Media page.