UN4 Productions Nationwide Update – ISP Subpoena Defense


Antonelli Law provides legal defense and settlement assistance nationwide to those targeted in UN4 Productions, Inc copyright infringement lawsuits and subpoenas. The lawsuits alleged unauthorized free downloads of the movie “Boyka”. We often write posts on individual cases in each state the movie company is filing lawsuits in (click here).

For this artilce we wanted to show a sample of court activity in several district courts dealing with the BitTorrent movie downloading lawsuits including in Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Indiana, and Ohio. Other states’ district court activity can be found here . Please scroll down for these updates.

Set up a free consultation to discuss the specifics of your case, or keep reading below for more information on what you can expect from your case with UN4 Productions.

To contact Antonelli Law Defense for a free confidential consultation, click here for our confidential contact form or call us nationwide at 312-201-8310.

Arizona – UN4 Productions represented in Arizona by attorney Gregory Collins:

In general, these cases have been very slow to start but we expect them to proceed fairly quickly now in the last months of the year. Antonelli Law has represented many Arizonans in cases similar to these filed by UN4 Productions and look forward to possibly combining a visit to the courthouse and to our family land near Tucson this winter.

Several cases were filed by UN4 Productions in Arizona federal court in July, but none have proceeded in substance until very recently.

On August 25ththe motion filed by UN4 Productions to consolidate its multiple cases was DENIED by Judge David G Campbell. Cases affected are:

  • 2:17-cv-02164-DGC
  • 2:17-cv-02168-DLR
  • 2:17-cv-02169-DGC
  • 2:17-cv-02170-DJH

In addition, several judges appear to have delayed their orders in response to the movie company’s requests for allowing subpoenas to issue against internet companies to reveal the names and addresses of internet subscribers whose IP addresses were allegedly associated with illegal free downloads of the movie.

But as of October, many ISP subscribers can expect to receive noticed from the internet company of the UN4 Productions lawsuit complaint, its copyright infringement allegations, and notification of the right to file a motion to quash subpoena to oppose revealing the name and addresses of the subscriber to the movie company and its lawyer Greg Collins.

In addition, after the above these persons affected should expect to receive a settlement demand letter from attorney Gregory Collins to settle the claims out of court. Call Antonelli Law for a free, confidential consultation before responding to these letters by using our confidential contact form located on the right hand side of this page or by telephone nationwide at 312-201-8310.

2:17-cv-02164-DGC UN4 Productions Incorporated

  • Complaint filed on 07/06/2017
  • ORDER granting Motion for Discovery signed by Judge David G Campbell on 9/13/2017

2:17-cv-02168-DGC UN4 Productions Incorporated v. Unknown Parties

  • Complaint was filed 07/06/2017
  • Judge Douglas L Rayes issued an order 09/13/2017 putting the fire under counsel for UN4 productions to timely serve the defendants.

Docket Text: ORDER that Plaintiff serve Defendants with the summons and complaint and file with the Clerk of the Court proof thereof pursuant to Rule 4(l), or otherwise show good cause for the failure to timely serve. FURTHER ORDERED that if Plaintiff fails to comply with this Order, the Clerk of Court shall dismiss this action after 10/10/2017, for Plaintiff’s lack of service pursuant to Rule 4(m). Signed by Judge Douglas L Rayes on 9/13/2017.

(emphasis added)

I expect the movie company may to file a motion for extension of time to serve the defendants, but have some doubt as to whether such a motion will be granted in this particular case given the above.

2:17-cv-02170-DJH UN4 Productions Incorporated v. Unknown Parties

ORDER granting the Motion for Leave to Take Discovery was signed by Judge Diane J Humetewa on 9/11/2017.

Colorado UN4 Productions represented in Colorado by attorney David J. Stephenson, Jr.

1:17-cv-01419-WYD-MEH UN4 Productions, Inc. v. John Does 1-23

  • 09/11/2017 Order on Motion for Extension of Time to File

Docket Text: MINUTE ORDER granting [23] Motion for Extension of Time to Serve the Remaining Defendant by Magistrate Judge Michael E. Hegarty on 09/11/2017. Plaintiff shall serve John Doe 2 on or before 10/10/2017

Hawaii UN4 Productions represented in Hawaii by attorney Kerry S. Culpepper  of the law firm CULPEPPER IP, PLLC

1:17-cv-00282-DKW-RLP UN4 Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1

Charter internet subscriber files a motion to quash subpoena, but was denied.

“Doe No. 15 states that they did not watch, download, or distribute the movie at issue. The Court finds that the basis for Doe 15’s objection to the disclosure of the requested information is insufficient to quash the subpoena. Although the basis for the objection, if true, may preclude judgment against Doe 15, there is no indication that the discovery requested by Plaintiff asks for privileged information or subjects Doe 15 to undue burden. See Fed. R. Civ. P. 45(d)(3). For these reasons, Plaintiff’s Ex Parte Motion is GRANTED. Charter Communications is directed to disclose Doe 15’s identifying information in accordance with the Court’s June 16, 2017 Order.”

Indiana – UN4 Productions represented by attorney R. Matthew Van Sickle of the law firm  Lynch Van Sickle, PLLC of Cary, North Carolina        

1:17-cv-00228-TLS-SLC UN4 Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al

  • 08/22/2017 Magistrate Judge Susan Collins granted the movie company’s Motion to Extend Time to Serve Defendants is granted. UN4 Productions granted to and including 11/20/2017 to serve Complaint.

1:17-cv-01710-RLY-DML UN4 PRODUCTIONS, INC. v. DOE 1 et al

  • 08/23/2017 Magistrate Judge Debra McVicker Lynch granted the movie company’s Motion to Extend Time to Serve Defendants is granted. UN4 Productions granted to and including 11/20/2017 to serve Complaint.

3:17-cv-00473-RLM-MGG UN4 Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al

  • 09/12/2017 Docket Text: ORDER GRANTING [8] MOTION to Extend Time to Serve Defendants re [1] Complaint by Plaintiff UN4 Productions, Inc. Plaintiff has until 12/11/2017 to serve Defendants pursuant to Fed.R.Civ.P. 4. Signed by Magistrate Judge Michael G Gotsch, Sr on 9/12/17. (cer)
UN4 Productions Status report - ATT Comcast UN4 productions 17-cv-00473 Indiana


  • Plaintiff anticipates receiving AT&T’s response to the subpoena on or

before October 9, 2017.

  • Plaintiff anticipates receiving Comcast’s response to the subpoena on or

before October 23, 2017

Ohio – UN4 Productions represented in Ohio by attorney Timothy A. Shimko, Sr.

5:17-cv-01185-JRA UN4 Productions, Inc. v. Jones et al

  • A number of defendants were unable to be served via certified mail.

See Also:

UN4 Productions Inc Sues Hawaiian Users for “Boyka” – ISP Subpoena Defense

Sued by UN4 Productions? Free Consultation With Antonelli Law Defense

UN4 Productions Suing Chicago Area Internet Users- Free Consultation With Chicago’s Antonelli Law Defense



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