Contra Piracy Lawsuits

Contra Piracy is a developer and producer of motion pictures such as “Things Fall Apart”, also known as “All Things Fall Apart”. The Motion Picture is protected by a Certificate of Copyright Registration issued by the Register of Copyrights.

Contra Piracy has instituted copyright infringement lawsuits against numerous John Doe Defendants mostly captioned as Contra Piracy v. Does, at least initially.The lawsuits typically allege that defendants downloaded the Plaintiff’s movie via torrent protocol and share the same without their authorization.

Contra Piracy has pursued its lawsuit(s) in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. The firm may have suits in other jurisdictions as well.

If you have received a letter from your internet service provider regarding a lawsuit by Contra Piracy or you have been named as a defendant, you should contact an independent copyright attorney who can assist you in the case.

Below is the selection of cases that have been filed by Contra Piracy in various courts. Please be reminded that this is a representative list, and not all lawsuits are listed:

 2013

 

CALIFORNIA

Contra Piracy v. Does 1 – 2919 (Case: 3:13-cv-01133-EDL)

Docket (03/13/2013)

Complaint (03/13/2013)

Memorandum (07/23/2013)

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