Dallas Buyers Club, LLC filed four more cases against 164 Does. These cases seek to enforce the copyright in the film “Dallas Buyers Club.” The individual cases are:
Dallas Buyers Club, LLC v. Does 1-25 (Case No. 2014-CV-3080)
Dallas Buyers Club, LLC v. Does 1-31 (Case No. 2014-CV-3082)
Dallas Buyers Club, LLC v. Does 1-48 (Case No. 2014-CV-3083)
Dallas Buyers Club, LLC v. Does 1-20 (Case No. 2014-CV-3085)
Dallas Buyers Club, LLC v. Does 1-40 (Case No. 2014-CV-3087)
This brings the total number of Does sued in the Northern District of Illinois to 718.
TorrentFreak, a site devoted to Torrent users, published this article on the various lawsuits filed by Dallas Buyers Club, LLC.
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