KEVIN HARRISON

I have added this page to discuss Kevin Harrison and his cases.  The goal here is to open the lines of communication between accused internet users so that each understand what Kevin is capable of, and what he would likely do moving forward based on what he has done in the past.  It is also a good place to discuss the cases for which Harrison is the plaintiff attorney.  Should you learn of any updates regarding one of his cases, please post it here using the following format — (e.g., “XPays, Inc. v. John Does Involved In Filesharing Swarm Marked By Hash: 8ED7417E11635B1F8E8109995FF5EA68700BA5CB (Case No. 4:11-cv-00545) filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas”).  Please also feel free to post new cases you find on the http://www.rfcexpress.com website where Harrison, his firm (if there is one), or any of his local attorneys (if any) are listed as the plaintiff attorney.

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 Kevin Harrison and towards other users).

16 thoughts on “KEVIN HARRISON”

  1. I’ll start off this discussion. If anyone hears from Kevin or receives a correspondence from him, I’d be happy for you to post it on http://www.scribd.com (obviously using an anonymous account) and paste the link here. In short, even if you have a PACER account, you’ll be blind in monitoring this case because Harrison has sealed it from public view. FYI, if you search Google for “Kevin Harrison,” this site pops up, so no doubt he is very concerned what we write here about his case(s). Also, just for fun, if you want to learn more about Kevin Harrison, you can type in his law firm’s website address — http://kevinharrisonlaw.com/.

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  2. I’m just learning how to defend against these subpeonas. I was wondering why I couldn’t find it on PACER, so thanks for the heads up.

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    • And I’m also looking for assistance on the appropriate motions to quash. I see plenty of unsuccessful examples…looking for something that will hold up in this case.

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      • Do you like fighting blind? I’d take a look at the arguments by EFF in the Hard Drive Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-1,495 in DC and I’d fashion my motion around that. This being said, motions to quash have been nothing other than a disaster because you disclose what you seek to hide just by filing it.

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    • No problem Warren. The case is sealed and the attorney is not willing to divulge the complaint, the facts, or any of the allegations. How in the world do you give credibility to a case where the attorney won’t let the world see what he is doing?

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    • Oh, and XPays in the Eastern District of Texas is not the same as the X-Pays cases you read about on the web. It’s a different attorney (actually different attorneys), and different rules apply to each X-Pays case.

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      • Thanks for that info. I wasn’t sure whether it was a good or bad thing that this case was sealed. Does anyone have more info on this Kevin Harrison lawyer? Anyone involved in cases like these don’t sound very reputable.

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  3. I received a certified letter today regarding the case in question. The attorney is asking for a specific dollar amount to settle the case ($2,400). I didn’t reply to his first correspondence due to the fact that his website (http://www.kevinharrisonlaw.com) has no links or contact info listed on it.

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  4. Hello Mr. Cashman,

    I was wondering, what would you suggest is the best course of action at this point in time? I’m currently just ignoring all communication and the plaintiff as a whole by having one of my friends send the letter of representation to forward communication.

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    • Maxis, your question is too broad for a silver bullet answer as I do not know your situation. It is probably a good idea for you to contact an attorney (it could be me or anyone else) so that one of us can explain to you who Kevin Harrison is, what his capabilities are as a “copyright troll,” what he has done in the past, and what he is likely going to do moving forward. Having your attorney friend send a letter of representation is a good idea, just make sure he understands how to respond to Harrison when he starts calling.

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  5. I was wondering if anybody has any further information on this case? I am one of the “Does” involved but have not received anything regarding this case other than the info from my ISP. I just checked the PACER site again and this case is STILL sealed. How can it still be sealed this long after it was filed? Anyway, if anybody has information on what he is demanding for settlement or any further news on this case, please post it, or send it to my email. Thanks

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  6. So my mom just received a subpeona via isp in the mail. Other then calling a attorney is there anything else she can do. Does it matter that she doesn’t even live in Texas?

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  7. Was wondering, any update to this? I received the subpoena a while ago and almost forgot about it. I haven’t had any communication whatsoever with Kevin Harrison and was wondering if anyone has received any correspondence regarding this case.

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  8. I wanted to chime in with an update on this case. Today I received a letter from my ISP stating that my IP address had been dismissed (without prejudice) and that they didn’t release any of my personal info. Included was a transcript of the judge’s decision, as well. Unfortunately, it looks like everything is going to fall on Doe #1.

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