ME2 Productions, Inc. filed 5 cases in the Northern District of Illinois against 84 Does. These cases seek to enforce the copyright in the film “Mechanic: Resurrection”, an action/crime/thriller directed by Dennis Gansel and stars Jason Statham, Jessica Alba and Tommy Lee Jones, among others. These 5 cases will likely result in another round of ISP subpoena letters. The individual cases are:
ME2 PRODUCTIONS, INC. v. DOES 1-16 (Case No. 2017-cv-04834)
ME2 PRODUCTIONS, INC. v. DOES 1-16 (Case No. 2017-cv-04835)
ME2 PRODUCTIONS, INC. v. DOES 1-16 (Case No. 2017-cv-04836)
ME2 PRODUCTIONS, INC. v. DOES 1-17 (Case No. 2017-cv-04837)
ME2 PRODUCTIONS, INC. v. DOES 1-19 (Case No. 2017-cv-04838)
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