BKGTH Productions, which has filed torrent suits regarding the movie “Bad Kids Go to Hell,” has received discovery in three of the four cases pending in the Northern District of Illinois. ISP subpoena letters are already in Does hands and information will be released on or around early October. The cases where discovery was granted are:
In case 13-4714, the case has been referred to Magistrate Rowland for a potential settlement conference. This is “interesting” as BKGTH does not yet know who the Does are, and therefore, will likely have a jolly time notifying them of the settlement conference.
If you are identified by your ISP as a Doe Defendant in a file sharing lawsuit, you may want to review this article, which contains some helpful tips on how to deal with these kinds of suits:
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