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Chicago Copyright Trolling Lawsuits From Malibu Media Surge

| May 10, 2019 | Bittorrent |

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You Have Nothing To Fear From Malibu Media Copyright Trolling

2019 has seen a new surge of Chicago copyright trolling lawsuits filed by Malibu Media. If you got a letter from your internet provider about a subpoena issued by Malibu Media I can help. Don’t be intimidated. Don’t let fear cause you to limit your options or cause you to fail to seek help. Call me at 312-994-2424 today for a free consultation.

If you are the target of a Malibu Media copyright trolling lawsuit, you have options. Call me for a free consultation and I will tell you everything you need to know to make the best choice on how to proceed with Malibu. During your free consultation we can talk about how best to protect your rights, your identity, and your assets. I have nearly 10 years of experience litigating and settling Malibu Media cases, and I am one of the few attorneys in the country who has litigated one to conclusion. You can read about my success against Malibu here.

Act Fast

As with most lawsuits, you can maximize your results if you at quickly after you receive a subpoena notification letter. It is possible to keep your name private and off the court’s public docket and maximize the time you have in which to negotiate a settlement or plan to fight the case.

If you have received a letter from Malibu’s attorney, act now to protect your identity from public disclosure. YOUR TIME TO DO THIS IS LIMITED. If you fail to respond after you receive notice from your ISP warning you about a subpoena in a Malibu Media copyright infringement lawsuit Malibu will amend the lawsuit to publicly name you and have you served. Don’t wait until you are served a copy of the summons and complaint. At that point, your name will be part of the public record of the case. You may be able to get your name off the docket, but is not guaranteed. Don’t wait until after you are publicly named to act.

If you have already been served a summons and a copy of the complaint there is a chance your name can be removed from the court’s docket, but you should act quickly to improve your chances of the court agreeing to do that. You also have a short window of time in which to comply with the legal deadline to respond to the complaint.

Get A Free Consultation Today

Act now to get your free consultation! Malibu Media copyright trolling lawsuits are bothersome, but the legal and financial consequences of ignoring one are serious. You need competent legal advice to plan a course of action.  Call 312-994-2424 for a free consultation directly with me, Attorney Erin Russell, any time, seven days per week. I can talk with you about your case based on the number of movies Malibu is alleging you downloaded, give you an idea of your financial and legal exposure, and provide you with a plan to protect your identity and your assets. These steps are important if you intend to litigate and also if you intend to settle.  If you want to read more about my experience with Malibu copyright trolling cases in general, you can so do here.

The following are the most recently-filed Malibu Media, LLC cases in Chicago:

Malibu Media, LLC v. Doe – 1:19-cv-01678

Malibu Media, LLC v. Subscriber assigned IP address – 1:19-cv-01679

Malibu Media, LLC v. Doe – 1:19-cv-01680

Malibu Media, LLC v. Subscriber assigned IP address – 1:19-cv-01888

Malibu Media, LLC v. Subscriber assigned IP address – 1:19-cv-01890

Malibu Media, LLC v. Subscriber assigned IP address – 1:19-cv-01892

Malibu Media, LLC v. Subscriber assigned IP address – 1:19-cv-01893

Malibu Media, LLC v. Doe – 1:19-cv-01894

Malibu Media, LLC v. Subscriber assigned IP address – 1:19-cv-01895

Malibu Media, LLC et al – 1:19-cv-01896

Malibu Media, LLC v. Subscriber assigned IP address – 1:19-cv-01955

Malibu Media, LLC v. Subscriber assigned IP address – 1:19-cv-01956

Malibu Media, LLC v. Subscriber assigned IP address – 1:19-cv-01957

Malibu Media, LLC v. Doe – 1:19-cv-01958