Hunter Killer Copyright Enforcement Hits Chicago

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Hunter Killer Productions

Hunter Killer has launched a copyright enforcement campaign in Chicago. They are suing people who allegedly downloaded the movie “Hunter Killer” starring Gerard Butler and Gary Oldman. There are four new Hunter Killer copyright enforcement lawsuits currently active here. If you received a letter from your ISP regarding a subpoena issued by Hunter Killer Productions call 312-994-2424 any time, seven days per week, for a free consultation.

You can settle your case without disclosing your name to the attorney for Hunter Killer. You can also settle your case prior to the release date on your ISP letter and keep your ISP from releasing your name. Time is of the essence! Your window to block the release of your name is limited. I have helped thousands of defendants settle or litigate their movie download cases. 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.

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 Hunter Killer copyright enforcement subpoena scare you into silence. The best thing you can do to protect your legal rights is to act quickly. Get a free consultation, get informed on your legal options, and you’ll be able to resolve your case faster and with less stress and worry.

The following are the current 2019 Hunter Killer cases:

Hunter Killer Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-21 — 1:19-cv-02920

Hunter Killer Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-23 — 1:19-cv-02922

Hunter Killer Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-23 — 1:19-cv-2924

Hunter Killer Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-21 — 1:19-cv-2926

Hunter Killer Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-17 — 1:19-cv-2927