Countryman Nevada has filed seven lawsuits suing a total of 286 Doe Defendants who are accused of copying the movie “The Unnecessary Death of Charlie Countryman” using BitTorrent.
The cases are:
Countryman Nevada, LLC v. Does 1-42 (Case No. 2014-1380)
Countryman Nevada, LLC v. Does 1-46 (Case No. 2014-1381)
Countryman Nevada, LLC v. Does 1-51 (Case No. 2014-1382)
Countryman Nevada, LLC v. Does 1-42 (Case No. 2014-1383)
Countryman Nevada, LLC v. Does 1-50 (Case No. 2014-1384)
Countryman Nevada, LLC v. Does 1-36 (Case No. 2014-1386)
Countryman Nevada, LLC v. Does 1-19 (Case No. 2014-1388)
If you are identified by your ISP as a Doe Defendant in a file sharing lawsuit, this article contains some helpful tips on how to deal with these kinds of suits:
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