When you’re being sued by Strike 3 Holdings, you have the option to settle anonymously, file a motion to quash, or fight your case in court. Before deciding on any specific option we highly recommend speaking with an experienced copyright infringement attorney who can advise you on the pros and cons of each as they pertain to your specific case. Many defendants wish to settle their case anonymously and if you’re considering a settlement as an option for you, we can help.
Once you’ve received a subpoena and a letter from your ISP alerting you of the lawsuit, the clock starts ticking. You typically have about 30 days to act before your name is released to Strike 3 Holdings and your name can be publicly tied to the case. If you are interested in settling, call Antonelli Law.
We’ll walk through each of your options with you and how they may play out based on the specifics of your case. We aim to help you resolve your case as quickly as possible and for as little as possible to help you get back on track with your normal life. If you feel that settling is the right option for you, we’ll support you 100% and help you through the process until your case is completely resolved.
We’ve helped thousands resolve their copyright infringement lawsuits, hear from one of our satisfied clients.
To schedule a consultation with Antonelli Law for free and learn more about settling with Strike 3 Holdings call 312-201-8310 or click here.
This is a blog dedicated to updates on copyright infringement cases. We’ve represented over 500 Strike 3 Holdings clients across the US since 2017, and are America’s most experienced BT copyright defense firm; we can represent you in your case. For more information about handling your subpoena visit our main website page for Strike 3 Holdings.