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Attorney Erin Russell represents defendants in BitTorrent downloader cases filed by copyright trolls nationwide. You can read about pending cases on this blog. Contact Erin at 312-994-2424 or erin@russellfirmchicago.com for a free consultation if you have been targeted in a BitTorrent download case and received an ISP notice, settlement demand letter, or have been served a summons.

LHF Productions Files Five New Copyright Infringement Lawsuits in Utah for 2017

LHF Productions, owner of "London Has Fallen has filed 5 new lawsuits against residents of Utah to start off 2017. 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.

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 anytime 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 Utah District Court, State of Utah:

January 6, 2017:
LHF Productions v. Does 1-21 -- 2:2017-cv-162
LHF Productions v. Does 1-24 -- 2:2017-cv-00017                                                         

February 10, 2017:  
LHF Productions v. Does 1-30 -- 2:2017-cv-00103
LHF Productions v. Does 1-23 -- 2:2017-cv-00104

February 17, 2017:
LHF Productions v. Does 1-21 -- 2:2017-cv-00122

 

 

 

LHF Files Five New Class Actions Against Oregon Residents
March 17, 2017

LHF Productions, owner of "London Has Fallen has filed six (6) new class action suits against residents of Oregon to start off 2017. In early December, in the previously filed class actions the Court gave the attorney for LHF permission to send subpoenas to local internet service providers asking for the names and addresses of the 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 Internet Service subscriber so the account so they can begin the process of either settling the claim or litigating against the person responsible immediately.  We anticipate that the Court will authorize subpoenas to issue in these newly filed cases soon.  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 recently filed by LHF Productions, Inc. in the Oregon District Court, State of Oregon:

January 28, 2017
LHF Productions, Inc. v. Doe-50.39.179.1443:2017-cv-00154                                                                                              
LHF Productions, Inc. v. Doe-73.67.148.1413:2017-cv-00155

January 29, 2017
LHF Productions, Inc. v. Doe-733 --  2017-cv-00159
LHF Productions, Inc. v. Doe-733 -- 2017-cv-00160
LHF Productions, Inc. v. Doe-733 -- 2017-cv-00161

February 11, 2017
LHF Productions, Inc. v. Doe-733 -- 2017-cv-00241


LHF Production files New Action in the Western District Court, State of Washington
March 17, 2017

LHF Productions, owner of "London Has Fallen has filed one (1) new suit against residents of Washington State to start off 2017. In early December, in previously filed actions the Courts have granted the attorney for LHF permission to send subpoenas to local internet service providers asking for the names and addresses of the 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 Internet Service subscriber so the account so they can begin the process of either settling the claim or litigating against the person responsible immediately.  We anticipate that the Court will authorize subpoenas to issue in these newly filed cases soon.  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 case was filed by LHF Productions, Inc. in the Washington Western District Court, State of Washington:

February 17, 2017
LHF Productions Inc v. Doe 1 et al -- 2017-cv-0025