Torn Pictures entered the copyright infringement litigation arena in the Northern District of Illinois in December of 2015. They are suing more than 100 Chicago-area residents alleging that their film, “Rise of the Krays”.
The defendants in these cases have begun receiving notifications from their cable providers that Torn has issued a subpoena asking for their names and addresses. If you received a notice about this case, you should seek legal advice immediately.
Erin Russell is one of the most experienced BitTorrent defense attorneys in the country. Many of the cutting-edge BitTorrent cases that have been decided in the Northern District of Illinois involved Erin, and she has defended people accused of downloading and distributing films in courts all over the country.
Erin provides a free telephone consultation seven days per week. You can reach her at 312-994-2424. Seek legal advice as soon as possible after you receive a notification letter. Erin can talk with you about your individual circumstances, explain your legal options, and help you to assess your risk so you can make a decision that is right for you and your family. The financial ramifications of ignoring copyright litigation can be serious, so the best course of action is to arm yourself with the best legal advice you can, which will allow you to make the smartest choices and minimize the financial impact of the claim.
Torn has filed the following cases in the Northern District of Illinois:
Torn Pictures Production Limited v. Does 1-27 — 1:15-cv-11379
Torn Pictures Production Limited v. Does 1-31 — 1:15-cv-11380
Torn Pictures Production Limited v. Does 1-25 — 1:15-cv-11381
Torn Pictures Production Limited v. Does 1-20 — 1:15-cv-11382
Torn Pictures Production Limited v. Does 1-21 — 1:15-cv-11384