Hunter Killer Productions Inc. and Their Sordid History

Kerry-Culpepper-IP 512(h) subpoenas Hunter Killer Productions Inc.

Doing a HUNTER KILLER PRODUCTIONS INC. COPYRIGHT TROLL WRITE-UP was not my initial purpose in searching PACER for documentation regarding last night’s Strike 3 Holdings LLC “turf war” article, but what I came across with Hunter Killer Productions Inc. is noteworthy because of my memories of this entity. I have useful information on Hunter Killer … Read more

Why the US Court of Appeals’ ruling that “an IP address is not enough to identify a defendant” will not deter the copyright trolls.

Cobbler Nevada Gonzales Case

Unless this case will stop forcing the ISPs to reveal account holders’ identities, this ruling is useless. Everybody is cheering about the news in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals (this is a higher court) “Cobbler Nevada, LLC v. Thomas Gonzales,” a lawsuit filed against Gonzalez (originally a Cobbler Nevada, LLC v. Doe-24.21.136.125 (Case No. 3:15-cv-00866) … Read more

Why Being Served in a Copyright Case Can Lead To Settlement

Bittorrent ‘John Doe’ Defendants are being forced deeper into copyright infringement lawsuits. Being served can backfire on a troll forcing a cheap settlement.

Ambiguous Cobbler Nevada, LLC Dismissal Order – Are all Texas Defendants Dismissed or Not?

Ambiguity arose as to whether every John Doe copyright infringement defendant in the TX Cobbler Nevada, LLC cases was dismissed because of dismissal order in consolidated case.