I have added this page for internet users who have been entangled in the CP Productions, Inc. cases. The goal here is to keep up to date on this plaintiff, and to discuss their various cases. Should you learn of any updates regarding one of their cases, please post it here using the following format — (e.g., “CP Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-38 (Case No. 1:12-cv-01505) filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinios”). Please also feel free to post new cases you find on the http://www.rfcexpress.com website where CP Productions, Inc. is listed as the plaintiff.
Remember to please exercise discretion when posting (e.g., do not post your real name or e-mail address), and as usual, avoid using vulgar or offensive language (both towards the plaintiff and towards other users).
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CASES FILED BY PAUL A. DUFFY IN THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS:
CP Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-38 (Case No. 1:12-cv-01505)
CASES FILED BY STEVEN J. GOODHUE OF LAW OFFICES OF STEVEN J. GOODHUE IN THE DISTRICT OF ARIZONA:
CP Productions Incorporated v. Unknown Party (Case No. 2:12-cv-01183)
CASES FILED BY BRETT L. GIBBS OF PRENDA LAW, INC. IN THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA:
CP Productions v. Unknown (Case No. 2:12-cv-00616)
CASES FILED BY MATTHEW EDWARD DUMAS OF HOSTETTER & O’HARA IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF INDIANA:
CP Productions v. John Doe (Case No. :12-cv-00808)
To get more of an understanding of the CP Productions, Inc. cases we will be posting a few articles here soon to get you started.
I just wanted to comment that CP Productions, Inc. was originally a “flop” of a lawsuit when John Steele tried to sue hundreds of Doe Defendants almost two years ago now. Now they have smartened up, and I have seen their names pop up in the smaller cases where the jurisdiction is correct.
I just posted a new article entitled, “At what point does a “copyright troll” stop being a troll?”
The article discusses the current trends by Prenda Law Inc. and John Steele as far and the comments explain the reason for the uptick in defendants getting named. While CP Productions, Inc. was not mentioned in the article, they are one of John Steele’s clients (and thus I’m including the post here).
Stop stealing other people’s work, problem solved!
But what about those who never started stealing? How would they solve the problem? Naturally they cannot stop what they never started. What should they do?