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Fallen Productions Continues Pursuit of Downloaders in Chicago

| Mar 26, 2020 | Bittorrent, Firm News |

Fallen Productions Continues Pursuit of Downloaders in Chicago

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What Is This Lawsuit About?

Fallen Productions continued its copyright enforcement campaign in 2020 with new lawsuits in Chicago. Fallen is suing for the alleged downloading and distribution of the Lionsgate movie “Angel Has Fallen.” As with most of the mainstream films that file these lawsuits, this is a Lionsgate production that was a box office disappointment. Now Fallen Productions is seeking damages from individuals who allegedly downloaded the film using a BitTorrent program such as Popcorn Time or Showbox.

I Got A Letter. What Can I Do To Settle My Fallen Productions Case Quickly?

Getting sued and being subpoenaed can be upsetting. But you can settle your Fallen Productions case more cheaply if you act sooner rather than later. You can keep your name out of the public record and pay a lower settlement than if you wait for the case to proceed. Call me at 312-900-9723 for a free consultation. We can talk about the best options for you to keep your name out of the public record and to settle your case for the lowest amount possible considering your circumstances. The vast majority of the people who call for a free consultation mention to me how much better they felt after calling. That’s how you should feel after you get good legal advice.

If you received a letter from your ISP regarding a subpoena issued by Fallen Productions I can help. Call 312-900-9723 any time, seven days per week, for a free consultation. You can settle your case without disclosing your name to the attorney for Fallen Productions if you do so before the release date on your Comcast letter. Time is of the essence! Your window to avoid the release of your name is limited. If you settle early, you can make the process less stressful and less expensive.

Somebody Told Me To Wait And I Might Not Get A Letter.

That is nonsense. Don’t follow bad legal advice, such as “only 20% of defendants get named” or “wait until you get a letter from the attorney.” That is not how this works, it doesn’t make any sense, and it means that there is a 100% chance your name will be released to the attorneys for Fallen Productions. Anyone who tells you to ignore a notice about a lawsuit is not advising you well. Fallen Productions will pursue claims against every working, able adult in the case. Period. Unless you are on public assistance or absolutely judgment proof they will follow through. You can avoid that outcome and save yourself a great deal of money by resolving your case early when you can get the best possible deal.

I have helped thousands of defendants settle or litigate their movie download cases over the past 12 years. If you are the target of Fallen Productions copyright trolling campaign I can advise you regarding your options and help you determine the right course of action for you. You can read about my legal experience here.  You can also read my FAQ article on torrent copyright infringement lawsuits if you want additional information on what these lawsuits are about and how they work.

I Want To Settle. How Does Settlement Work? It’s as easy as 1-2-3.

  1. After you sign a fee agreement and pay my reasonable flat fee, I will contact the attorney for Fallen Productions and let him know you are represented. We will begin the settlement negotiation process.
  2. Once we reach an agreement, Fallen will provide a written settlement agreement. I will sign it for you, because Fallen Productions will not know your name. You will arrange to pay the agreed-upon settlement amount by credit card, debit card, or wire transfer to my client trust account. I will deliver the signed agreement and the funds to the attorney for Fallen Productions.
  3. After Fallen Productions receives the signed agreement and the funds, they will do two things. First they will send a notice to your ISP withdrawing the subpoena seeking your information. You will, of course, get a copy of the letter for your records. Second, they will file a dismissal of your John Doe number with prejudice. That means they legally give up the right to ever resurrect these claims against you.

And then you’re done. You won’t hear from Fallen Productions again, and your name will not enter the Court’s docket or the public record.

Can I Talk To Someone Immediately To Settle My Case Fast?

Yes. Call Attorney Erin Russell at 312-900-9723 any time for a free telephone consultation. You don’t need an appointment for a telephone consultation. Remember: You have good options. A copyright infringement case can be settled affordably. It doesn’t have to be financially ruinous. You can control the outcome with the help of competent counsel. Don’t let a Fallen Productions copyright trolling campaign scare you into silence. You can resolve the case and get the best outcome by taking action early and getting the entire thing behind you.

Call today and get a free consultation, get informed on your legal options, and you’ll be able to resolve your case quickly and reasonably.

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