Dallas Buyers Club, LLC filed eight more cases in the Northern District of Illinois against another 262 Does. These cases seek to enforce the copyright in the film “Dallas Buyers Club,” and will likely result in another round of ISP subpoena letters going out in 6 – 10 weeks. The individual cases are:
Dallas Buyers Club, LLC v. Does 1-21 (Case No. 2014-CV-5629)
Dallas Buyers Club, LLC v. Does 1-25 (Case No. 2014-CV-5632)
Dallas Buyers Club, LLC v. Does 1-28 (Case No. 2014-CV-5633)
Dallas Buyers Club, LLC v. Does 1-30 (Case No. 2014-CV-5634)
Dallas Buyers Club, LLC v. Does 1-35 (Case No. 2014-CV-5636)
Dallas Buyers Club, LLC v. Does 1-38 (Case No. 2014-CV-5639)
Dallas Buyers Club, LLC v. Does 1-40 (Case No. 2014-CV-5640)
Dallas Buyers Club, LLC v. Does 1-45 (Case No. 2014-CV-5643)
This brings the total number of Does sued in the Northern District of Illinois to 1401. This campaign, which was already one of the largest file sharing campaigns launched in the Northern District, just keeps on growing.
TorrentFreak, a site devoted to Torrent users, published this article on the various lawsuits filed by Dallas Buyers Club, LLC.
If you are identified by your ISP as the Doe in a file sharing lawsuit, the following article contains some helpful tips on how to deal with these kinds of suits:
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