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Bodyguard Productions, Inc. Files 5 Cases in the Northern District of Illinois – 114 More ISP Subpoena Letters Coming

Bodyguard Productions, Inc. filed 5 cases in the Northern District of Illinois against 114 Does. These cases seek to enforce the copyright in the film “The Hitman’s Bodyguard”, an action /thriller directed by Patrick Hughes, and stars Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson and Gary Oldman, among others. These 5 cases will likely result in another round of ISP subpoena letters. The individual cases are:
Bodyguard Productions, Inc. . v. Does 1-19 (Case No. 1:2017-cv-08521)
Bodyguard Production, Inc. v. Does 1-20 (Case No. 1:2017-cv-08522)
Bodyguard Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-23 (Case No. 1:2017-cv-08524)
Bodyguard Production, Inc. v. Does 1-25 (Case No. 1:2017-cv-08525)
Bodyguard Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-27 (Case No. 1:2017-cv-08527)

If you are identified by your ISP as the Doe in a file sharing lawsuit and received a subpoena letter from your ISP (such as ComCast, AT&T and WOW), the following article contains some helpful tips on how to deal with these kinds of suits:
http://ezinearticles.com/?The-5-Steps-You-Need-to-Take-When-You-Receive-an-ISP-Subpoena-Letter&id=7696216

Atty Ad: The Law Offices of Konrad Sherinian, LLC with offices in Naperville and Chicago, has successfully defended numerous file sharing cases alleging the use of Bit Torrent to copy movies, music, software and other content other the Internet. Call (630) 318-2606 or (312) 981-5004 today for a free consultation if you have received a subpoena letter from your ISP.


2 Comments

  1. kat says:

    I got one of these subpoenas. I have never watched a movie on my computer, ever and I have a hard drive to prove it. If this costs me time and money, I will certainly counter sue.

    • Kat – my sympathy for the stress that you are under. What likely occurred is that your router was hacked, or someone else in the house used wi-fi that you are paying for to do the download. If none of those are true, and you are certain that no download took place, you can probably successfully defend the case – while mistakes like that from rights holders are rare, they do happen (out of a thousand or so cases, we have seen it three times).

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