G & G Closed Circuit Events, LLC Sues Indiana Restaurant/Bar, La Jalisco, LLP In Cable Piracy Suit

canelo-300x300Indianapolis, Indiana – Plaintiff G & G Closed Circuit Events, LLC, a California-based heavyweight in sports distribution, claims they owned exclusive distribution rights to the . They have brought suit against Defendant La Jalisco LLP, the owner and operator of a commercial restaurant and bar in Indianapolis, accusing them of illicitly showcasing the coveted Program.

Title 47 U.S.C. Section 605(a) specifically “prohibits the unauthorized interception, receipt, publication and use of communications, including satellite television signals.” G & G contends that La Jalisco LLP violated this law by knowingly and willfully advertising the viewing event on Facebook, intercepting the signal, and exhibiting the unauthorized Program within their establishment.


G & G is seeking statutory damages, claiming willful violations for commercial advantage. They seek an amount for each violation, alongside recovery of full costs and attorneys’ fees. In addition, Plaintiffs are asking for compensatory, exemplary, and punitive damages.

The case has been assigned to Judge James R. Sweeney II and Magistrate Judge Mark J. Dinsmore, in the U.S. District Court of Southern Indiana, and assigned Case No. 1:23-cv-01850-JRS-MJD.


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