Cook Productions Filed Nine Lawsuits Against Hundreds of Chicago Residents For Alleged Download of Movie "Mr. Church"

Cook Productions, LLC, the owner of the rights to the Eddie Murphy film "Mr. Church", filed nine copyright infringement lawsuits against hundreds of Chicago area residents in the Northern District of Illinois in December of 2016. The Court will give them permission to subpoena the names and addresses of the defendants, and the Internet Service Providers will send notification letters to subscribers warning them that their identities are being sought by the plaintiff. If you got a letter from your cable company about a subpoena, that is the first step of the process in these lawsuits.

If you receive a notification from your internet provider about a Cook Productions lawsuit, you can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Attorney Erin Russell at 312-994-2424. Erin charges a reasonable flat fee for all BitTorrent defense cases nationwide, and offers discounts to students, senior citizens and members of the military. She is one of the most experienced BitTorrent subpoena defense attorneys in the country and handles all of her cases personally. Erin can help you to decide whether settlement or litigation is in your best interest.

People tend to get really worried and afraid when they receive one of these letters. Some of them make the mistake of ignoring it. Don't do that. Getting sued for copyright infringement is to be taken seriously, but it is rarely cause for great alarm. There are a few things you should know before you read any further: 

1. This is a manageable problem. The only mistake you could make would be to ignore the letter you received from your Internet Service Provider. If you think you need to settle, Erin can help you do that and explain your exposure and your options. She has a lot of experience helping defendants negotiate settlements. If you're sure you didn't do it, Erin can explain to you your options for proving it and litigating your case. She has a lot of experience doing that as well.

2. You have very good options either way, and you can choose what happens next in your case.

3. Getting sued for copyright infringement of a single film doesn't have to to ruin you financially. It's just something you have to be diligent about taking care of so you can get the best possible result and resolve your case in the way that makes the best use of your financial resources.

4. If you act sooner rather than later when you receive a letter from your internet provider, you can avoid having your name disclosed to Cook Productions and can avoid having your name made public on the court's docket. This way, your case can be worked out without it affecting your credit or involving public records. 

5. Attorney Erin Russell has handled more than a thousand BitTorrent defense cases involving a single film being downloaded. Some of those cases were settled, and some were dismissed outright when we successfully proved the subscriber's innocence. Erin has won these cases in court and has negotiated fair settlements for many subscribers. 

6. Everything will be ok! Tend to this problem promptly and it will be out of your way quickly and quietly.

If you received a letter from your Internet Service Provider regarding one of the Cook Productions lawsuits, Erin can help. Erin has 13 years of litigation experience, and is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. A consultation with Erin is always free.

Call 312-994-2424 and get a free consultation right away. Erin will give you all of the information you need about the litigation and about your exposure so you can make a decision about whether to settle or to litigate, and how best to use your resources to take care of your case. 

The new Chicago Cook Productions cases are as follows:

Cook Productions, LLC v. Does 1-29 -- 1:16-cv-11337

Cook Productions, LLC v. Does 1-24 -- 1:16-cv-11338

Cook Productions, LLC v. Does 1-23 -- 1:16-cv-11339

Cook Productions, LLC v. Does 1-25 -- 1:16-cv-11340

Cook Productions, LLC v. Does 1-18 -- 1:16-cv-11341

Cook Productions, LLC v. Does 1-21 -- 1:16-cv-11344

Cook Productions, LLC v. Does 1-15 -- 1:16-cv-11345

Cook Productions, LLC v. Does 1-14 -- 1:16-cv-11347

Cook Productions, LLC v. Does 1-13 -- 1:16-cv-11350

#CookProductions #CookProductionsLawsuit

LHF Productions Lawsuit Subpoena Letters Arrived in Chicago in Time for 2017

In October of 2016, LHF Productions filed eight lawsuits in the Northern District of Illinois against more than 200 Chicago area Comcast customers. We wrote about those lawsuits here. In early December, the Court gave the attorney for LHF permission to send subpoenas to Comcast asking for the names and addresses of Comcast customers they allege they can prove downloaded and distributed pieces of the film "London Has Fallen" sufficient to constitute copyright infringement. The purpose of the subpoena is to link the IP address LHF claims they caught distributing the film to the Comcast subscriber o the account so they can begin the process of either settling the claim or litigating against the person responsible. Comcast customers started receiving their notification letters shortly after Christmas (talk about unfortunate timing!). If you received a letter from Comcast about an LHF lawsuit, you should take action immediately. 

If you receive a letter advising you that your identity has been subpoenaed by LHF, you can call Attorney Erin Russell for a free consultation seven days per week at 312-994-2424 to talk about your options. Erin wrote an explanatory piece on the anatomy of a BitTorrent copyright infringement case on this site here. It may be helpful to read if you are confused as to why you received a letter. 

Most people are worried and afraid when they receive one of these letters. There are a few things you should know before you read any further: 

1. This is a manageable problem.

2. You have good options, and you can choose what happens next. 

3. Getting sued for copyright infringement of a single film is not going to ruin you financially.  

4. If you act sooner rather than later when you receive a letter from your internet provider, you can avoid having your name disclosed to the plaintiff and can avoid having your name made public in the case. You can also resolve the case more cheaply.

5. Attorney Erin Russell has handled more than a thousand BitTorrent defense cases involving a single film being downloaded. Some of those cases were settled, and some were dismissed outright. Your case can be worked out without it affecting your credit or involving your name being placed in the public record. 

6. Everything will be ok as long as you don't ignore the letter. Whatever you do, don't ignore the letter. 

If you received a letter from Comcast or another internet provider regarding one of the "LHF" lawsuits, Erin can help. She has helped thousands of accused downloaders to either litigate or settle their copyright infringement cases. You can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Erin at 312-994-2424. She has 13 years of litigation experience, and is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. She always offers a free, no obligation consultation. 

Erin charges a reasonable flat fee for all BitTorrent defense cases, and offers discounts to students, senior citizens and members of the military. Call and get a free consultation right away. Erin will give you all of the information you need to make a decision about whether to negotiate a settlement or to litigate, and how best to use your resources to resolve your case. 

The following cases were filed by LHF Productions, Inc. in the Northern District of Illinois on October 31, 2016:

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-31 -- 1:16-cv-10201

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-33 -- 1:16-cv-10203

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-26 -- 1:16-cv-10205

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-21 -- 1:16-cv-10207

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-25 -- 1:16-cv-10208

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-26 -- 1:16-cv-10209

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-34 -- 1:16-cv-10212

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-27 -- 1:16-cv-10215

ME2 Productions Closing the Year With Six Copyright Infringement Lawsuits Against Colorado Residents

ME2 Productions, Inc., the owner of the rights to the film "Mechanic: Resurrection", filed a copyright infringement case against more than 100 Colorado residents in November and December of 2016. The Court gave and will give them permission to subpoena the names and addresses of the defendants, and the Internet Service Providers will send notification letters to subscribers warning them that their identities are being sought by the plaintiff. If you receive a notification from your internet provider, you can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Attorney Erin Russell at 312-994-2424. Erin handles BitTorrent and copyright infringement cases nationwide and charges the same reasonable flat rate in every state. Erin is admitted to practice in the District of Colorado, and has represented many Colorado defendants in copyright infringement matters.

People tend to get really worried and afraid when they receive one of these letters. Some of them make the mistake of ignoring it. Don't do that. Getting sued for copyright infringement is to be taken seriously, but it is rarely cause for great alarm. There are a few things you should know before you read any further: 

1. This is a manageable problem. You got this. The only mistake you could make would be to ignore the letter you received from your Internet Service Provider. If you think you need to settle, Erin can help you do that and explain your exposure and your options. If you're sure you didn't do it, Erin can explain to you your options for proving it. 

2. You have very good options either way, and you can choose what happens next in your case.

3. Getting sued for copyright infringement of a single film is not going to ruin you financially. It's just something you have to be diligent about taking care of so you can get the best possible result.

4. If you act sooner rather than later when you receive a letter from your internet provider, you can avoid having your name disclosed to the plaintiff and can avoid having your name made public on the court's docket in the case. Your case can be worked out without it affecting your credit or involving public records. 

5. Attorney Erin Russell has handled more than a thousand BitTorrent defense cases involving a single film being downloaded. Some of those cases were settled, and some were dismissed outright when we successfully proved the subscriber's innocence. Erin has won these cases in court and has negotiated fair settlements for many subscribers. 

6. Everything will be ok! Tend to this problem promptly and it will be out of your way quickly and quietly.

If you received a letter from your Internet Service Provider regarding one of the "ME2" lawsuits, Erin can help. Erin has 12 years of litigation experience, and is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. A consultation with Erin is always free.

Erin charges a reasonable flat fee for all BitTorrent defense cases nationwide, and offers discounts to students, senior citizens and members of the military. Call 312-994-2424 and get a free consultation right away. Erin will give you all of the information you need about the litigation and about your exposure so you can make a decision about whether to settle or to litigate, and how best to use your resources to take care of your case. 

The new Colorado cases are as follows:

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. John Does 1-11 -- 1:16-cv-02770-WYD-MEH

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. John Does 1-21 -- 1:16-cv-02788-WYD-MEH

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. John Doe 1, et al. -- 1:16-cv-02827-WYD-MEH

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. John Does 1-10 -- 1:16-cv-02891-WYD-MEH

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. John Doe 1, et al. -- 1:16-cv-02978-WYD-MEH

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. John Does 1-20 -- 1:16-cv-03005-WYD-MEH

ME2 Files Its First Copyright Infringement Lawsuits Against Arizona Defendants

ME2 Productions, Inc., the owner of the rights to the film "Mechanic: Resurrection", filed five copyright infringement cases against Arizona residents in November of 2016. The Court gave them permission to subpoena the names and addresses of the defendants, and the Internet Service Providers (including Cox Cable) are sending notification letters to subscribers warning them that their identities are being sought by the plaintiff. If you receive a notification from your internet provider, you can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Attorney Erin Russell at 312-994-2424. Erin handles BitTorrent and copyright infringement cases nationwide and charges the same reasonable flat rate in every state and can help you resolve your Arizona case. Erin has represented many copyright infringement defendants in Arizona.

People tend to get really worried and afraid when they receive one of these letters. Some of them make the mistake of ignoring it. Don't do that. Getting sued for copyright infringement is to be taken seriously, but it is rarely cause for great alarm. There are a few things you should know before you read any further: 

1. This is a manageable problem. You got this. The only mistake you could make would be to ignore the letter you received from your Internet Service Provider. If you think you need to settle, Erin can help you do that and explain your exposure and your options. If you're sure you didn't do it, Erin can explain to you your options for proving it. 

2. You have very good options either way, and you can choose what happens next in your case.

3. Getting sued for copyright infringement of a single film is not going to ruin you financially. It's just something you have to be diligent about taking care of so you can get the best possible result.

4. If you act sooner rather than later when you receive a letter from your internet provider, you can avoid having your name disclosed to the plaintiff and can avoid having your name made public on the court's docket in the case. Your case can be worked out without it affecting your credit or involving public records. The attorneys for ME2 also represent other BitTorrent plaintiffs in Arizona. They do pursue cases against defendants after their identities are disclosed. The best strategy for defendants in these cases is to take action early.

5. Attorney Erin Russell has handled more than a thousand BitTorrent defense cases involving a single film being downloaded. Some of those cases were settled, and some were dismissed outright when we successfully proved the subscriber's innocence. Erin has won these cases in court and has negotiated fair settlements for many subscribers. 

6. Everything will be ok! Tend to this problem promptly and it will be out of your way quickly and quietly.

If you received a letter from your Internet Service Provider regarding one of the "ME2" lawsuits, Erin can help. Remember, Attorney Erin Russell has helped thousands of accused downloaders to either litigate or settle their copyright infringement cases. You can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Erin at 312-994-2424. She has 12 years of litigation experience, and is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. A consultation with Erin is always free.

Erin charges a reasonable flat fee for all BitTorrent defense cases nationwide, and offers discounts to students, senior citizens and members of the military. Call and get a free consultation right away. Erin will give you all of the information you need about the litigation and about your exposure so you can make a decision about whether to settle or to litigate, and how best to use your resources to take care of your case. 

The ME2 cases pending in Arizona are as follows:  

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. Unknown Parties  -- 2:16-cv-04039-DJH

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-cv-04075-BSB

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-cv-04112-ESW

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-cv-04114-JJT

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-cv-04123-GMS

 

UPDATED: Ugly November Surprise in Chicago From LHF Productions With New Lawsuits

LHF Productions, LLC, the owns the rights to the film "London Has Fallen". They filed nine new copyright infringement lawsuits against more than 200 Chicago-area residents on November 14, 2016. In these cases, LHF Productions is alleging that BitTorrent users downloaded and distributed pieces of the film "London Has Fallen" in violation of the Copyright Act. They have asked the Court for permission to send a subpoena to Comcast to ask for the names and addresses of the Comcast subscribers assigned to the IP addresses they allege to have caught downloading London Has Fallen. The Court has allowed them to issue the subpoenas, and Comcast will then notify subscribers that their information is being sought by the attorneys for LHF. When you get the Comcast letter, that's the best time to take action! You can settle anonymously and keep your name from being released by Comcast, or start the process of proving your innocence if you know you are not the downloader.

UPDATED: It is now January of 2017,  and LHF has begun the process of asking the Court for permission to send subpoenas to Comcast to get the names of the defendants in the cases they filed in November of 2016. Once they get permission to do so, they will send the subpoenas to Comcast. Comcast is legally required to send notifications to subscribers letting them know someone is trying to get their information.

If you have received a letter from Comcast about a subpoena and referencing one of these cases, that means you are at the first step in this litigation. This is the time to call for your free consultation with Erin to get the information you need to decide how to handle your case. You can call Attorney Erin Russell for a free consultation seven days per week at 312-994-2424 to talk about your options. Erin wrote an explanatory piece on the anatomy of a BitTorrent copyright infringement case on this site here. It may be helpful to read if you are confused as to why you received a letter. 

Most people are worried and afraid when they receive one of these letters. There are a few things you should know before you read any further:

1. This is a manageable problem.

2. You have good options, and you can choose what happens next. 

3. Getting sued for copyright infringement of a single film is not going to ruin you financially.  

4. If you act sooner rather than later when you receive a letter from your internet provider, you can avoid having your name disclosed to the plaintiff and can avoid having your name made public in the case. You can also resolve the case more cheaply.

5. Attorney Erin Russell has handled more than a thousand BitTorrent defense cases involving a single film being downloaded. Some of those cases were settled, and some were dismissed outright. Your case can be worked out without it affecting your credit or involving your name being placed in the public record. 

6. Everything will be ok as long as you don't ignore the letter. Whatever you do, don't ignore the letter. LHF is not going to just "give up and go away", and there is no "lottery" used to choose which defendants they pursue. They pursue every defendant to the end of each case. 

If you received a letter from Comcast or another internet provider regarding one of the "LHF" lawsuits, Erin can help. She has helped thousands of accused downloaders to either litigate or settle their copyright infringement cases. You can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Erin at 312-994-2424. She has 12 years of litigation experience, and is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. She always offers a free, no obligation consultation. 

Erin charges a reasonable flat fee for all BitTorrent defense cases, and offers discounts to students, senior citizens and members of the military. Call and get a free consultation right away. Erin will give you all of the information you need to make a decision about whether to settle or to litigate, and how best to use your resources to resolve your case. 

The following cases were filed by LHF Productions, Inc. in the Northern District of Illinois on November 14, 2016:

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-31 -- 1:16-cv-10557

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-25 -- 1:16-cv-10559

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-26 -- 1:16-cv-10561

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-28 -- 1:16-cv-10564

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-19 -- 1:16-cv-10565

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-21 -- 1:16-cv-10567

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-19 -- 1:16-cv-10568

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-26 -- 1:16-cv-10571

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-32 -- 1:16-cv-10575

LHF Copyright Lawsuits In Chicago

Many Chicago area Comcast customers received letters this week notifying them that LHF Productions is seeking their identities to name them in pending copyright litigation lawsuits in the Northern District of Illinois. You can read about the cases in more detail on this website here. If you received a letter from Comcast about LHF Productions, call 312-994-2424 for a free consultation with Attorney Erin Russell. Erin is already representing many defendants targeted by LHF and can discuss your options regarding either settlement or litigation of your case. You can call Erin seven days per week from 8am to 10pm for a free consultation. Don't wait, and don't ignore the Comcast letter or any letters from LHF's attorney.  As noted above, it is always cheaper, easier and less stressful to deal with a copyright infringement matter sooner rather than later. Call today! 

 

#LHFProductions #LHFlawsuit #LHFProductionslawsuit

Criminal Productions Started October With A New Lawsuit Against AZ Residents

Criminal Productions, Inc. filed a new BitTorrent copyright infringement case in the District of Arizona in October of 2016. There are now three cases pending in AZ. Internet subscribers in the newly-filed case will soon be receiving notices that the attorneys for Criminal are seeking their personal information to advance their case against them by issuing a subpoena to Cox Cable asking for their names and addresses. If you receive a notice from Cox, call for a free consultation with me anytime, seven days per week at 312-994-2424. I have more than a decade of litigation experience and I am one of the most experienced attorneys in the country when it comes to copyright infringement and BitTorrent subpoenas. I always offer free consultations, and my flat fees are the same nationwide. 

Criminal Productions is suing for BitTorrent downloads and distribution of the movie "Criminal", starring Kevin Costner, Tommy Lee Jones, Ryan Reynolds and Gary Oldman. If you received a letter from your cable company about a subpoena for your information in this lawsuit, the attorneys for the film are claiming that their experts caught you downloading and distributing the movie using a BitTorrent client. They are asking your internet provider to give them your name and address so they can contact you directly and ultimately, if you don't settle, name you publicly in the lawsuit. 

Copyright infringement litigation can be expensive and risky, but if you are innocent it can be worthwhile. In some instances a settlement is a wiser use of a defendant's money. I can talk to you about your individual circumstances (whether you or someone you're responsible for did it) and help you to understand your potential exposure. I represent hundreds of accused downloaders every year and will apply my experience and knowledge to present you with your best options.

The Criminal cases pending in Arizona are:

Criminal Productions, Incorporated v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-03327-DJH

Criminal Productions, Incorporated v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-03350-BSB

Criminal Productions, Incorporated v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-03358-DLR

Mechanic Resurrection "ME2" Files A Second Lawsuit Against Colorado Residents

ME2 Productions, Inc., the owner of the rights to the film "Mechanic: Resurrection", filed a second copyright infringement case against Colorado residents on October 24, 2016. The Court will give them permission to subpoena the names and addresses of the defendants, and the Internet Service Providers will then send notification letters to subscribers warning them that their identities are being sought by the plaintiff.

If you receive a notification from your internet provider about a Mechanic Resurrection or "ME2" lawsuit, you can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with me at 312-994-2424. I handle BitTorrent and copyright infringement cases nationwide and charge the same reasonable flat rate in every state. I am admitted to practice in the District of Colorado.

People tend to get really worried and afraid when they receive one of these letters. Some of them make the mistake of ignoring it. Don't do that. Getting sued for copyright infringement is to be taken seriously. 

I have handled more than a thousand BitTorrent defense cases involving a single film being downloaded. Some of those cases were settled, and some were dismissed outright when we successfully proved the subscriber's innocence. I have won these cases in court and have negotiated fair settlements for many subscribers. 

You can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with me at 312-994-2424. I have 12 years of litigation experience, and I am one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. A consultation with me is always free.

I charge the same reasonable flat fee for all BitTorrent defense cases nationwide, and offer discounts to students, senior citizens and members of the military. When you call, I will give you all of the information you need about the litigation and about your exposure so you can make a decision about whether to settle or to litigate, and how best to use your resources to take care of your case. 

The Colorado cases filed by ME2 are as follows:

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1, et al. -- 1:16-cv-02580-WYD-MEH

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1, et al. -- 1:16-cv-02629-WYD-MEH

 

#ME2 #MechanicResurrection #MechanicResurrectionlawsuit #ME2lawsuit

LHF Productions Says "Happy Halloween" With Eight New Cases Against More Than 200 Chicagoland Residents

LHF Productions, LLC, the owns the rights to the film "London Has Fallen". They filed eight new copyright infringement lawsuits against more than 200 Chicago-area residents on October 31, 2016. In these cases, LHF Productions is alleging that BitTorrent users downloaded and distributed pieces of the film "London Has Fallen" in violation of the Copyright Act. If you receive a letter advising you that your identity has been subpoenaed by LHF, you can call Attorney Erin Russell for a free consultation seven days per week at 312-994-2424 to talk about your options. Erin wrote an explanatory piece on the anatomy of a BitTorrent copyright infringement case on this site here. It may be helpful to read if you are confused as to why you received a letter. 

Most people are worried and afraid when they receive one of these letters. There are a few things you should know before you read any further: 

1. This is a manageable problem.

2. You have good options, and you can choose what happens next. 

3. Getting sued for copyright infringement of a single film is not going to ruin you financially.  

4. If you act sooner rather than later when you receive a letter from your internet provider, you can avoid having your name disclosed to the plaintiff and can avoid having your name made public in the case. You can also resolve the case more cheaply.

5. Attorney Erin Russell has handled more than a thousand BitTorrent defense cases involving a single film being downloaded. Some of those cases were settled, and some were dismissed outright. Your case can be worked out without it affecting your credit or involving your name being placed in the public record. 

6. Everything will be ok as long as you don't ignore the letter. Whatever you do, don't ignore the letter. 

If you received a letter from Comcast or another internet provider regarding one of the "LHF" lawsuits, Erin can help. She has helped thousands of accused downloaders to either litigate or settle their copyright infringement cases. You can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Erin at 312-994-2424. She has 12 years of litigation experience, and is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. She always offers a free, no obligation consultation. 

Erin charges a reasonable flat fee for all BitTorrent defense cases, and offers discounts to students, senior citizens and members of the military. Call and get a free consultation right away. Erin will give you all of the information you need to make a decision about whether to settle or to litigate, and how best to use your resources to resolve your case. 

The following cases were filed by LHF Productions, Inc. in the Northern District of Illinois on October 31, 2016:

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-31 -- 1:16-cv-10201

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-33 -- 1:16-cv-10203

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-26 -- 1:16-cv-10205

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-21 -- 1:16-cv-10207

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-25 -- 1:16-cv-10208

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-26 -- 1:16-cv-10209

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-34 -- 1:16-cv-10212

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-27 -- 1:16-cv-10215

Criminal Productions Targets Arizona Cox Cable Customers With BitTorrent Subpoenas

Criminal Productions, Inc. filed a new BitTorrent copyright infringement case in the District of Arizona in September of 2016. Internet subscribers have now begun receiving notices that the attorneys for Criminal are seeking their personal information to advance their case against them. If you receive a notice from Cox, call 312-994-2424 for a free consultation with Attorney Erin Russell. Erin has more than a decade of litigation experience and is one of the most experienced attorneys in the country when it comes to BitTorrent subpoenas. 

Criminal Productions is suing for BitTorrent downloads and distribution of the movie "Criminal", starring Kevin Costner, Tommy Lee Jones, Ryan Reynolds and Gary Oldman. If you received a letter from your cable company about a subpoena for your information in this lawsuit, the attorneys for the film are claiming that their experts caught you downloading and distributing the movie using a BitTorrent client. They are asking your internet provider to give them your name and address so they can contact you directly and ultimately, if you don't settle, name you publicly in the lawsuit. 

Copyright infringement litigation can be expensive and risky, but if you are innocent it can be worthwhile. In some instances a settlement is a wiser use of a defendant's money. Erin is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. She provides free phone consultations seven days per week at 312-994-2424. Erin can talk to you about your individual circumstances (whether you or someone you're responsible for did it) and help you to understand your potential exposure. She represents hundreds of accused downloaders every year and will apply her experience and knowledge to present you with your best options.

The new Criminal case in Arizona is Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Does -- 2:16-cv-03327-DJH

 

ME2 Productions Subpoenas Targets In Indiana Copyright Infringement Litigation

ME2 Productions, Inc., the owner of the rights to the film "Mechanic: Resurrection", filed several copyright infringement cases against Indiana residents in October of 2016, in both the Southern District of Indiana and the Northern District of Indiana. The Courts gave them permission to subpoena the names and addresses of the defendants, and the Internet Service Providers are sending notification letters to subscribers warning them that their identities are being sought by the plaintiff. If you receive a notification from your internet provider, you can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Attorney Erin Russell at 312-994-2424. Erin handles BitTorrent and copyright infringement cases nationwide and charges the same reasonable flat rate in every state and can help you resolve your Indiana case. 

People tend to get really worried and afraid when they receive one of these letters. Some of them make the mistake of ignoring it. Don't do that. Getting sued for copyright infringement is to be taken seriously, but it is rarely cause for great alarm. There are a few things you should know before you read any further: 

1. This is a manageable problem. You got this. The only mistake you could make would be to ignore the letter you received from your Internet Service Provider. If you think you need to settle, Erin can help you do that and explain your exposure and your options. If you're sure you didn't do it, Erin can explain to you your options for proving it. 

2. You have very good options either way, and you can choose what happens next in your case.

3. Getting sued for copyright infringement of a single film is not going to ruin you financially. It's just something you have to be diligent about taking care of so you can get the best possible result.

4. If you act sooner rather than later when you receive a letter from your internet provider, you can avoid having your name disclosed to the plaintiff and can avoid having your name made public on the court's docket in the case. Your case can be worked out without it affecting your credit or involving public records. 

5. Attorney Erin Russell has handled more than a thousand BitTorrent defense cases involving a single film being downloaded. Some of those cases were settled, and some were dismissed outright when we successfully proved the subscriber's innocence. Erin has won these cases in court and has negotiated fair settlements for many subscribers. 

6. Everything will be ok! Tend to this problem promptly and it will be out of your way quickly and quietly.

Having said all of that, if you received a letter from your Internet Service Provider regarding one of the "ME2" lawsuits, Erin can help. Attorney Erin Russell has helped thousands of accused downloaders to either litigate or settle their copyright infringement cases. You can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Erin at 312-994-2424. She has 12 years of litigation experience, and is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. A consultation with Erin is always free.

Erin charges a reasonable flat fee for all BitTorrent defense cases nationwide, and offers discounts to students, senior citizens and members of the military. Call and get a free consultation right away. Erin will give you all of the information you need about the litigation and about your exposure so you can make a decision about whether to settle or to litigate, and how best to use your resources to take care of your case. 

The ME2 cases pending in Indiana are as follows:  

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-10  -- 3:2016-cv-00695

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-11  -- 3:2016-cv-00697

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1, et al  -- 1:2016-cv-02758

ME2 Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1, et al  -- 1:2016-cv-02757

ME2 Productions Sues 13 Georgia Residents For Copyright Infringement

ME2 Productions, Inc., the owner of the rights to the film "Mechanic: Resurrection", filed a copyright infringement case against 13 Georgia residents in October of 2016. The Court gave them permission to subpoena the names and addresses of the defendants, and the Internet Service Providers are sending notification letters to subscribers warning them that their identities are being sought by the plaintiff. If you receive a notification from your internet provider, you can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Attorney Erin Russell at 312-994-2424. Erin handles BitTorrent and copyright infringement cases nationwide and charges the same reasonable flat rate in every state. Erin is admitted to practice in the Northern District of Georgia, is licensed in the state of Georgia, and practiced in beautiful Atlanta for five years. Erin's nationwide network of local counsel includes counsel in Atlanta. 

People tend to get really worried and afraid when they receive one of these letters. Some of them make the mistake of ignoring it. Don't do that. Getting sued for copyright infringement is to be taken seriously, but it is rarely cause for great alarm. There are a few things you should know before you read any further: 

1. This is a manageable problem. You got this. The only mistake you could make would be to ignore the letter you received from your Internet Service Provider. If you think you need to settle, Erin can help you do that and explain your exposure and your options. If you're sure you didn't do it, Erin can explain to you your options for proving it. Take action right away and save yourself some money.

2. You have very good options either way, and you can choose what happens next in your case.

3. Getting sued for copyright infringement of a single film is not going to ruin you financially. It's just something you have to be diligent about taking care of so you can get the best possible result.

4. If you act sooner rather than later when you receive a letter from your internet provider, you can avoid having your name disclosed to the plaintiff and can avoid having your name made public on the court's docket in the case. Your case can be worked out without it affecting your credit or involving public records. 

5. Attorney Erin Russell has handled more than a thousand BitTorrent defense cases involving a single film being downloaded. Some of those cases were settled, and some were dismissed outright when we successfully proved the subscriber's innocence. Erin has won these cases in court and has negotiated fair settlements for many subscribers. 

6. Everything will be ok! Tend to this problem promptly and it will be out of your way quickly and quietly.

Having said all of that, if you received a letter from your Internet Service Provider regarding one of the "ME2" lawsuits, Erin can help. Attorney Erin Russell has helped thousands of accused downloaders to either litigate or settle their copyright infringement cases. You can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Erin at 312-994-2424. She has 12 years of litigation experience, and is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. A consultation with Erin is always free.

If you receive a letter about one of these cases, it is best to act quickly. Erin charges a reasonable flat fee for all BitTorrent defense cases nationwide, and offers discounts to students, senior citizens and members of the military. Call and get a free consultation right away. Erin will give you all of the information you need about the litigation and about your exposure so you can make a decision about whether to settle or to litigate, and how best to use your resources to take care of your case. 

The Georgia case is ME2 Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1, et al. -- 1:16-cv-03904

ME2 Productions, Inc. Is Resurrecting Itself In The District of Colorado

ME2 Productions, Inc., the owner of the rights to the film "Mechanic: Resurrection", filed a copyright infringement case against 20 Colorado residents in October of 2016. The Court gave them permission to subpoena the names and addresses of the defendants, and the Internet Service Providers are sending notification letters to subscribers warning them that their identities are being sought by the plaintiff. If you receive a notification from your internet provider, you can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Attorney Erin Russell at 312-994-2424. Erin handles BitTorrent and copyright infringement cases nationwide and charges the same reasonable flat rate in every state. Erin is admitted to practice in the District of Colorado.

People tend to get really worried and afraid when they receive one of these letters. Some of them make the mistake of ignoring it. Don't do that. Getting sued for copyright infringement is to be taken seriously, but it is rarely cause for great alarm. There are a few things you should know before you read any further: 

1. This is a manageable problem. You got this. The only mistake you could make would be to ignore the letter you received from your Internet Service Provider. If you think you need to settle, Erin can help you do that and explain your exposure and your options. If you're sure you didn't do it, Erin can explain to you your options for proving it. 

2. You have very good options either way, and you can choose what happens next in your case.

3. Getting sued for copyright infringement of a single film is not going to ruin you financially. It's just something you have to be diligent about taking care of so you can get the best possible result.

4. If you act sooner rather than later when you receive a letter from your internet provider, you can avoid having your name disclosed to the plaintiff and can avoid having your name made public on the court's docket in the case. Your case can be worked out without it affecting your credit or involving public records. 

5. Attorney Erin Russell has handled more than a thousand BitTorrent defense cases involving a single film being downloaded. Some of those cases were settled, and some were dismissed outright when we successfully proved the subscriber's innocence. Erin has won these cases in court and has negotiated fair settlements for many subscribers. 

6. Everything will be ok! Tend to this problem promptly and it will be out of your way quickly and quietly.

Having said all of that, if you received a letter from your Internet Service Provider regarding one of the "ME2" lawsuits, Erin can help. Erin has 12 years of litigation experience, and is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. A consultation with Erin is always free.

Erin charges a reasonable flat fee for all BitTorrent defense cases nationwide, and offers discounts to students, senior citizens and members of the military. Call 312-994-2424 and get a free consultation right away. Erin will give you all of the information you need about the litigation and about your exposure so you can make a decision about whether to settle or to litigate, and how best to use your resources to take care of your case. 

The Colorado case is ME2 Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1, et al. -- 1:16-cv-02580-WYD-MEH

Hundreds of Chicago Comcast Subscribers Targeted by LHF Productions in September Filings

In September of 2016, the owner of the rights to the film "London Has Fallen" added to their burgeoning roster of cases by filing copyright infringement lawsuits against hundreds of Chicago-area residents. The Court gave them permission to subpoena the names and addresses of the defendants, and the cable company is now sending notification letters to subscribers warning them that their identities are being sought by the plaintiff. If you receive a letter regarding these cases from Comcast DO NOT IGNORE IT. 

Most people are worried and afraid when they receive one of these letters. There are a few things you should know before you read any further: 

1. This is a manageable problem.

2. You have good options, and you can choose what happens next. The worst thing you can do is ignore it or wait to "see what happens". 

3. Getting sued for copyright infringement of a single film is not going to ruin your life. It's just something you need to address and handle.  

4. If you act sooner rather than later when you receive a letter from your internet provider, you can avoid having your name disclosed to the plaintiff and can avoid having your name made public in the case. Settlements can be reached anonymously. 

5. Attorney Erin Russell has represented more than a thousand BitTorrent defendants in cases involving a single film being downloaded. Some of those cases were settled, and some were dismissed outright. Your case can be worked out without it affecting your credit or involving public records. 

6. Everything will be ok!

Having said all of that, if you received a letter from Comcast or another internet provider regarding one of the "LHF" lawsuits, The Russell Firm can help. Attorney Erin Russell provides free telephone consultations seven days per week at 312-994-2424. She has 12 years of litigation experience, and is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. If you receive a letter about one of these cases, it is best to act quickly. You can save yourself a great deal of stress and a great deal of money by acting sooner rather than later. Erin charges a reasonable flat fee for all BitTorrent defense cases nationwide, and offers discounts to students, senior citizens and members of the military. Call and get a free consultation right away. Erin will give you all of the information you need to make a decision about whether to settle or to litigate, and how best to use your resources to take care of your case. 

The following cases were filed by LHF Productions, Inc. in Illinois in September of 2016:

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-31 -- 1:16-cv-09305

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-28 -- 1:16-cv-09307

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-32 -- 1:16-cv-09308

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-34 -- 1:16-cv-09309

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-35 -- 1:16-cv-09310

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-25 -- 1:16-cv-09312

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-34 -- 1:16-cv-09315

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-33 -- 1:16-cv-09316

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-18 -- 1:16-cv-09318

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-31 -- 1:16-cv-09320

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-32 -- 1:16-cv-09323

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-26 -- 1:16-cv-09324

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-27 -- 1:16-cv-09325

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-22 -- 1:16-cv-09313

 

London Continues To Fall In The District of Colorado As Additional lawsuits Are Filed

The owner of the rights to the film "London Has Fallen" currently has 13 open copyright infringement cases against hundreds of Colorado residents. The Court gave them permission to subpoena the names and addresses of the defendants, and the Internet Service Providers are sending notification letters to subscribers warning them that their identities are being sought by the plaintiff. Some people are already at the stage where they're receiving letters directly from the attorneys for LHF Productions. You can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Attorney Erin Russell at 312-994-2424. 

People tend to get really worried and afraid when they receive one of these letters. Some of them make the mistake of ignoring it. Don't do that. Getting sued for copyright infringement is to be taken seriously, but it is rarely cause for great alarm. There are a few things you should know before you read any further: 

1. This is a manageable problem. 

2. You have very good options, and you can choose what happens next in your case.

3. Getting sued for copyright infringement of a single film is not going to ruin you financially. It's just something you have to be diligent about taking care of so you can get the best possible result.

4. If you act sooner rather than later when you receive a letter from your internet provider, you can avoid having your name disclosed to the plaintiff and can avoid having your name made public on the court's docket in the case. Your case can be worked out without it affecting your credit or involving public records. 

5. Attorney Erin Russell has handled more than a thousand BitTorrent defense cases involving a single film being downloaded. Some of those cases were settled, and some were dismissed outright when we successfully proved the subscriber's innocence. Erin has won these cases in court and has negotiated fair settlements for many subscribers. 

6. Everything will be ok! Tend to this problem promptly and it will be out of your way quickly and quietly.

Having said all of that, if you received a letter from your Internet Service Provider regarding one of the "LHF" lawsuits, Erin can help. Attorney Erin Russell has helped thousands of accused downloaders to either litigate or settle their copyright infringement cases. You can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Erin at 312-994-2424. She has 12 years of litigation experience, and is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. A consultation with Erin is always free.

If you receive a letter about one of these cases, it is best to act quickly. You can save yourself a great deal of stress and a great deal of money by acting sooner rather than later. Erin charges a reasonable flat fee for all BitTorrent defense cases nationwide, and offers discounts to students, senior citizens and members of the military. Call and get a free consultation right away. Erin will give you all of the information you need about the litigation and about your exposure so you can make a decision about whether to settle or to litigate, and how best to use your resources to take care of your case. 

The following cases LHF Productions, Inc. are currently pending in Colorado:

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al -- 1:16-cv-01379-WYD-MEH

LHF Productions, Inc. v. John Does 1-16 -- 1:16-cv-01462-WYD-MEH

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al -- 1:16-cv-01485-WYD-MEH

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al -- 1:16-cv-01821-WYD-MEH

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al -- 1:16-cv-01867-WYD-MEH

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al -- 1:16-cv-01916-WYD-MEH

LHF Productions, Inc. v. John Does 1-16 -- 1:16-cv-01969-WYD-MEH

LHF Productions, Inc. v. John Does 1-12 -- 1:16-cv-01993-WYD-MEH

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al -- 1:16-cv-02148-WYD-MEH

LHF Productions, Inc. v. John Does 1-18 -- 1:16-cv-02208-WYD-MEH

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al -- 1:16-cv-02244-WYD-MEH

LHF Productions, Inc. v. John Does 1-10 -- 1:16-cv-02456-WYD-MEH

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Doe 1 et al -- 1:16-cv-02496-WYD-MEH

LHF Productions Is Falling Again In The District of Arizona

The owner of the rights to the film "London Has Fallen" filed copyright infringement lawsuits against hundreds Arizona residents. The Court gave them permission to subpoena the names and addresses of the defendants, and the cable company, largely Cox Cable, is now sending notification letters to subscribers warning them that their identities are being sought by the plaintiff. Some people are already at the stage where they're receiving letters directly from the attorneys for LHF Productions. 

Most people are worried and afraid when they receive one of these letters. Some of them make the mistake of ignoring it. Don't do that. There are a few things you should know before you read any further: 

1. This is a manageable problem. 

2. You have very good options, and you can choose what happens next in your case.

3. Getting sued for copyright infringement of a single film is not going to ruin you financially. It's just something you have to be diligent about taking care of so you can get the best result.

4. If you act sooner rather than later when you receive a letter from your internet provider, you can avoid having your name disclosed to the plaintiff and can avoid having your name made public on the court's docket in the case. 

5. Attorney Erin Russell has handled more than a thousand BitTorrent defense cases involving a single film being downloaded. Some of those cases were settled, and some were dismissed outright when we successfully proved the subscriber's innocence. Your case can be worked out without it affecting your credit or involving public records. 

6. Everything will be ok. 

Having said all of that, if you received a letter from Cox or another internet provider regarding one of the "LHF" lawsuits, Erin can help. Attorney Erin Russell has helped thousands of accused downloaders to either litigate or settle their copyright infringement cases. You can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Erin at 312-994-2424. She has 12 years of litigation experience, and is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. We always offer a free, no obligation consultation. If you receive a letter about one of these cases, it is best to act quickly. You can save yourself a great deal of stress and a great deal of money by acting sooner rather than later. Erin charges a reasonable flat fee for all BitTorrent defense cases nationwide, and offers discounts to students, senior citizens and members of the military. Call and get a free consultation right away. Erin will give you all of the information you need to make a decision about whether to settle or to litigate, and how best to use your resources to take care of your case. 

The following cases were filed by LHF Productions, Inc. in Illinois in July, August and September of 2016:

LHF Productions, Incorporated v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-cv-02550-JJT

LHF Productions, Incorporated v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-cv-02557-MHB

LHF Productions, Incorporated v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-cv-025632-DGC

LHF Productions, Incorporated v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-cv-02644-DKD

LHF Productions, Incorporated v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-cv-02690-JZB

LHF Productions, Incorporated v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-cv-02691-DLR

LHF Productions, Incorporated v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-cv-02866-DJH

LHF Productions, Incorporated v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-cv-02911-DGC

LHF Productions, Incorporated v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-cv-02915-DKD

LHF Productions, Incorporated v. Unknown Parties -- 2:16-cv-03283-MHB

 

Dish Network, LLC a/k/a NagraStar, LLC Targets Alleged infringers With settlement Demand Letters

Across the country, people are receiving demand letters and threats of litigation from Dish Network, a/k/a NagraStar, alleging that doctored satellite equipment was purchased and people paid offshore entities for pirated Dish Network programming. Dish has also filed suit against a number of individuals who either failed to respond to their demands, refused to settle or could not prove their innocence. 

I have represented individuals targeted by Dish Network with these letters. Even if you believe settlement is in your best interest, it is wise to retain counsel to ensure that the terms of your settlement actually benefit and protect you. If you receive a demand letter from Dish Network, you can call me any time, seven days per week, at 312-994-2424, and get a free telephone consultation. Understand your rights. Understand your risk. And if you want to settle Dish Network's claims against you, get an attorney and get the best settlement terms you can. I represent Dish Network targets/defendants across the country for a reasonable flat fee.

 

 

Cell Film Holdings Triggered Subpoenas In Federal Court Like Cell Phone Zombies

In July, August and September of 2016, the owner of the rights to the film "The Cell" filed copyright infringement lawsuits against hundreds alleged BitTorrent downloaders in California, Maryland, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia and Washington. The federal courts gave them permission to subpoena the names and addresses of the defendants, and the internet service providers are now sending notification letters to subscribers warning them that their identities are being sought by the plaintiff. Some people are already at the stage where they're receiving letters directly from the attorneys for Cell Film Holdings, LLC, the company that holds the rights to bring copyright infringement cases for the film. 

Most people are worried and afraid when they receive one of these letters. There are a few things you should know before you read any further: 

1. This is a manageable problem.

2. You have good options, and you can choose what happens next. 

3. Getting sued for copyright infringement of a single film is not going to ruin you financially. 

4. If you act sooner rather than later when you receive a letter from your internet provider, you can avoid having your name disclosed to the plaintiff and can avoid having your name made public in the case. 

5. Attorney Erin Russell has handled more than a thousand BitTorrent defense cases involving a single film being downloaded. Some of those cases were settled, and some were dismissed outright. Your case can be worked out without it affecting your credit or involving public records. If you act sooner rather than later, your name can be kept out of the public record.

6. Everything will be ok. 

Having said all of that, if you received a letter from your internet provider regarding one of the "Cell" lawsuits, we can help. Attorney Erin Russell has helped thousands of accused downloaders to either litigate or settle their copyright infringement cases. You can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Erin at 312-994-2424. She has 12 years of litigation experience, and is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. We always offer a free, no obligation consultation. If you receive a letter about one of these cases, it is best to act quickly. You can save yourself a great deal of stress and a great deal of money by acting sooner rather than later. We charge a reasonable flat fee for all BitTorrent defense cases, and offer discounts to students, senior citizens and members of the military. Call and get a free consultation right away. Erin will give you all of the information you need to make a decision about whether to settle or to litigate, and how best to use your resources to take care of your case. 

The following cases filed by Cell Film Holdings, LLC are currently pending:

California:

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Doe - 3:2016-cv-02289

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Doe - 3:2016-cv-02234

Maryland:

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 1:2016-cv-03043

Ohio:

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 3:2016-cv-02265

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 2:2016-cv-00878

Oregon:

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 3:2016-cv-01646

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 3:2016-cv-01526

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 3:2016-cv-01647

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 3:2016-cv-01388

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 3:2016-cv-01525

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 3:2016-cv-01441

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 3:2016-cv-01486

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 3:2016-cv-01487

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 3:2016-cv-01440

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 3:2016-cv-01484

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 3:2016-cv-01387

Pennsylvania:

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 2:2016-cv-04879

Texas:

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 4:2016-cv-02781

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 4:2016-cv-02628

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 4:2016-cv-02544

Virginia:

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 3:2016-cv-00750

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 3:2016-cv-00749

Washington

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 2:2016-cv-01180

Cell Film Holdings, LLC v. Does - 2:2016-cv-01091

 

 

London Continues To Fall in Chicago As LHF Productions Continues BitTorrent Litigation

In June, July and August of 2016, the owner of the rights to the film "London Has Fallen" filed copyright infringement lawsuits against hundreds Chicago-area residents. The Court gave them permission to subpoena the names and addresses of the defendants, and the cable company is now sending notification letters to subscribers warning them that their identities are being sought by the plaintiff. Some people are already at the stage where they're receiving letters directly from the attorneys for LHF Productions. 

Most people are worried and afraid when they receive one of these letters. There are a few things you should know before you read any further: 

1. This is a manageable problem.

2. You have good options, and you can choose what happens next. 

3. Getting sued for copyright infringement of a single film is not going to ruin you financially. 

4. If you act sooner rather than later when you receive a letter from your internet provider, you can avoid having your name disclosed to the plaintiff and can avoid having your name made public in the case. 

5. Attorney Erin Russell has handled more than a thousand BitTorrent defense cases involving a single film being downloaded. Some of those cases were settled, and some were dismissed outright. Your case can be worked out without it affecting your credit or involving public records. 

6. Everything will be ok. 

Having said all of that, if you received a letter from Comcast or another internet provider regarding one of the "LHF" lawsuits, we can help. Attorney Erin Russell has helped thousands of accused downloaders to either litigate or settle their copyright infringement cases. You can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Erin at 312-994-2424. She has 12 years of litigation experience, and is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. We always offer a free, no obligation consultation. If you receive a letter about one of these cases, it is best to act quickly. You can save yourself a great deal of stress and a great deal of money by acting sooner rather than later. We charge a reasonable flat fee for all BitTorrent defense cases, and offer discounts to students, senior citizens and members of the military. Call and get a free consultation right away. Erin will give you all of the information you need to make a decision about whether to settle or to litigate, and how best to use your resources to take care of your case. 

The following cases were filed by LHF Productions, Inc. in Illinois in June, July and August of 2016:

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-25 - 1:16-cv-06796

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-25 - 1:16-cv-06797

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-24 - 1:16-cv-06799

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-19 - 1:16-cv-06800

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-18 - 1:16-cv-06801

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-30 - 1:16-cv-06802

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-31 - 1:16-cv-06803

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-29 - 1:16-cv-06805

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-29 - 1:16-cv-06806

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-30 - 1:16-cv-06808

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-22 - 1:16-cv-06811

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-28 - 1:16-cv-07673

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-24 - 1:16-cv-07674

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-31 - 1:16-cv-07675

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-33 - 1:16-cv-07676

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-32 - 1:16-cv-07677

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-28 - 1:16-cv-07679

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-28 - 1:16-cv-07680

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-24 - 1:16-cv-07681

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-23 - 1:16-cv-07684

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-24 - 1:16-cv-07690

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-23 - 1:16-cv-08408

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-25 - 1:16-cv-08410

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-22 - 1:16-cv-08411

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-16 - 1:16-cv-08412

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-29 - 1:16-cv-08415

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-27 - 1:16-cv-08416

LHF Productions, Inc. v. John Doe 1 - 1:16-cv-08417

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-23 - 1:16-cv-08419

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-25 - 1:16-cv-08403

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-28 - 1:16-cv-08413

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-18 - 1:16-cv-06801

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-28 - 1:16-cv-07680

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-23 - 1:16-cv-07684

 

Chicago Internet Subscribers Receiving Subpoena Notifications for "London Has Fallen" infringement cases

In June and July of 2016, the owner of the rights to the film "London Has Fallen" filed numerous copyright infringement lawsuits against a few hundred Chicago-area residents. They asked, and received, permission from the court to subpoena the names and addresses of the alleged infringers. The cable company is now sending notification letters to subscribers advising them that their identities are being sought by the plaintiff.

Most people are worried and afraid when they receive one of these letters. There are a few things you should know before you read any further: 

1. This is a manageable problem.

2. You have good options, and you can choose what happens next. 

3. Getting sued for copyright infringement of a single film is not going to ruin you financially. 

4. If you act sooner rather than later, you can avoid having your name disclosed to the plaintiff and can avoid having your name made public in the case. 

5. Attorney Erin Russell has handled more than a thousand BitTorrent defense cases involving a single film being downloaded and has never had a case fail to be resolved in a way that the defendant could afford. 

6. Everything will be ok. 

Having said all of that, if you received a letter from Comcast or another internet provider regarding one of the "LHF" lawsuits, we can help. Attorney Erin Russell has helped thousands of accused downloaders to either litigate or settle their copyright infringement cases. You can call any time and have a free telephone consultation with Erin at 312-994-2424. She has 12 years of litigation experience, and is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. We always offer a free, no obligation consultation. If you receive a letter about one of these cases, it is best to act quickly. You can save yourself a great deal of stress and a great deal of money by acting sooner rather than later. We charge a reasonable flat fee for all BitTorrent defense cases. We were recently informed that there are firms claiming to settle BitTorrent cases who are demanding fees of as much as $2,000. Don't pay that kind of money to settle a BitTorrent cases. Our flat fees for settlements are less than HALF of that amount. Call and get a free consultation right away. Erin will give you all of the information you need to make a decision about whether to settle or to litigate your case, and how best to use your resources to take care of your case. 

The following cases were filed by LHF Productions, Inc. in Illinois in June and July of 2016:

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-25 - 1:16-cv-06796

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-25 - 1:16-cv-06797

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-24 - 1:16-cv-06799

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-19 - 1:16-cv-06800

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-18 - 1:16-cv-06801

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-30 - 1:16-cv-06802

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-31 - 1:16-cv-06803

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-29 - 1:16-cv-06805

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-29 - 1:16-cv-06806

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-30 - 1:16-cv-06808

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-22 - 1:16-cv-06811

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-28 - 1:16-cv-07673

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-24 - 1:16-cv-07674

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-31 - 1:16-cv-07675

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-33 - 1:16-cv-07676

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-32 - 1:16-cv-07677

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-28 - 1:16-cv-07679

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-28 - 1:16-cv-07680

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-24 - 1:16-cv-07681

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-23 - 1:16-cv-07684

LHF Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-24 - 1:16-cv-07690