Bittorrent Defense

London Has Fallen suggests it will seize your bicycle for allegedly pirating their movies?

Apr 7th, 2017 | By

London Has Fallen Updates 2017 – Financial Hardship and the extent they might go to make you pay for allegedly downloading their movies on Bittorent. Introduction My firm has dealt with many types of financials demands before, but here is one I recently received that just made me go “whoa, really.”  It deals with an

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List of Copyrighted Malibu Media videos

Dec 22nd, 2016 | By

Malibu Media Litigation – Movie Titles Research Here is a list of Malibu Media from the United States Copyright Office which appears to indicate that these films are copyrighted.  If you are being charged with illegally downloading a film that is NOT on this list you might want to ask opposing counsel for a copy

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Motion to Quash and Court Response in Torrent Illegal Download Case

Dec 22nd, 2016 | By
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How to respond to a copyright infringement notice and subpoena notice from your ISP – No, it’s not a motion to SQUASH – its a motion to QUASH!! Introduction Here is one motion to quash that was filed in one Torrent illegal movie download case involving the London Has Fallen movie by LHF Productions, Inc..

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Digital Forensics Companies you may encounter in Bittorent lawsuit

Dec 21st, 2016 | By
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A look at the Digital Forensics Examiners behind some Torrent movie download cases – Maverickeye UG, Guardaley, or IPP   Introduction When you are involved in a torrent p2p file sharing lawsuit its always good to know who the “players” are and that includes the companies that allegedly found the ISP subscriber to be downloading

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Septembers of Shiraz lawsuits, what you need to know

Dec 20th, 2016 | By
Best Torrent Defense Law Firm

Torrent Defense – September Productions files lawsuits for “Septembers of Shiraz” Illegal Movie Download and file sharing (P2P). Introduction This blog talks about another movie production company that may sue for illegal file sharing on the internet.  If you received a subpoena notice from your ISP such as Comcast, Cox, or Verizon, and need legal help,

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Mr. Church Illegal Movie Download Lawsuits

Dec 19th, 2016 | By
Torrent defense attorney

Cook Productions Inc. – Mr. Church Lawsuits may cause you to Pray for Help!  We can help! Introduction Apparently Mr. Church lawsuits over illegal downloads of the Eddie Murphy movie are coming to a theater near you in States such as Oregon, Indiana, and North Carolina.  According to Wikipedia: Mr. Church is a 2016 American

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Will federal judges deny early discovery in Malibu Media Bittorrent cases?

Dec 17th, 2016 | By
Torrent Defenes

Malibu Media Defense Updates – Motion for Early Discovery [Subpoenas to ISP]    Introduction This blog discusses a federal court case from the Central District Court in California wherein Malibu asked the Court to subpoena the ISPs owning these 10 IP addresses, to uncover their subscriber logs to identify the names and addresses of the 10

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How to settle illegal movie downloaded cases for less using a financial hardship declaration

Dec 16th, 2016 | By
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Torrent defense issues – trying to settle your case for less, that’s what we do!!  Introduction When you are facing a lawsuit or threat of copyright infringement for downloading a movie on the internet (ex. a Malibu Media adult porno movie, London Has Fallen, Mechanic Resurrection, Flava Works movie, or other) this declaration MIGHT help

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Successful FRCP 12(b) motion to dismiss in Torrent illegal movie download case

Dec 3rd, 2016 | By
P2P file sharing attorney

Defense Strategies in Torrent Download Cases – The Motion to Dismiss Introduction Here is one federal court case from Oregon where a Defendant claimed he did not download a Cobbler Nevada movie, and filed a motion to dismiss the case which alleged copyright infringement and contributory copyright infringement.  You can find the case on Federal

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Oregon court recommends Attorney Fees in Cobbler Nevada Torrent case

Dec 3rd, 2016 | By
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Torrent Law Updates 2016 – Cobbler Nevada Attorney Fee Case [Oregon] Introduction This blog discusses a recent case from Oregon Federal Court discussing how a Defendant MIGHT be able to recover their attorney fees in an Torrent illegal movie download case.  Here is a citation to the case which you can find on the Federal

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Did you download a movie from I.T. Productions on a torrent website?

Nov 26th, 2016 | By
internet defense lawyer

Defense Attorney for Illegal Movie Download cases Introduction Our intellectual property (“IP”) law firm can help you with legal issues dealing with online infringement of book, movie, music, software and other copyrighted digital content such as photos, lyrics, comics, art, illustrations, architecture and other creative works of authorship. This blog discusses Video Downloads from I.T.

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Criminal Productions Inc. Torrent lawsuits for illegal movie file sharing

Nov 23rd, 2016 | By

Illegally downloading and sharing a movie on a torrent website can result in a very costly movie viewing (without the popcorn)! Introduction Here is another blog about a movie company that has a registered copyright that they seek to enforce against a “P2P” (peer-to-peer) file sharing torrent user.  In this blog, we discuss the CRIMINAL

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Mechanic Resurrection torrent download movie infringement lawyer

Nov 22nd, 2016 | By
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Bittorrent Defense Updates – Did you receive a subpoena notice from your ISP regarding “Mechanic Resurrection” movie? VIDEO:  Click on the picture to play our video advertisement. Introduction Our law firm helps clients who are accused of illegally using Bittorent websites to download and share (seeders) movies through Torrent websites which is generally treated as

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Malibu Media Northern District Court filings

Nov 22nd, 2016 | By

We can help you settle your JOHN DOE lawsuit anonymously.  We offer no cost initial consultations We are seeing a lot of filings of Malibu Media lawsuits in the Northern District of California.  If you need help defending against one of these lawsuits and trying to settle your case anonymously, call a copyright infringement lawyer

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Challenging the period of infringement in torrent illegal swarm download cases

Nov 7th, 2016 | By
torrent defense atty

Defenses to Bittorrent adult movie infringement – Challenging ISP retention policies, laches, consent, estoppel and statute of limitations. VIDEO:  Click on the picture above to watch Attorney Steve discuss Bittorrent lawsuits.  Make sure to click on the Red “V” for Victory to subscribe to our legal channel. Introduction When you get sued by adult movie

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Films & Movies that MAY be tracked for online infringement on Torrent websites

Sep 6th, 2016 | By
Streaming Video Lawyer

Illegal File Sharing or Streaming of Movies, Videos & Film Clips online can have serious financial consequences! Introduction Here is a list of certain movies which MIGHT have special code attached to track it on peer to peer file sharing websites such as the Pirate Bay, KickassTorrents, ExtraTorrent, RARBG, 1337x,, Torrentz and other websites

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San Diego Copyright Torrent Defense Law Firm for Malibu Media cases

Jul 19th, 2016 | By
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If you are facing being named as a “Jane Doe” or “John Doe” in a federal district court lawsuit in San Diego, contact us to discuss your legal rights. Introduction One of the most aggressive movie companies that enforces the rights of their adult porno videos is Malibu Media, LLC.  They have become known as

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