Strike 3 Holdings is known for filing copyright infringement lawsuits in both federal and state courts. One of the most notable locations is in Florida state court. Strike 3 uses Florida’s “pure bill of discovery” to file cases and obtain a defendant’s personal information. Many have argued that this is a misuse of Florida’s “pure bill of discovery” and have in turn filed motions to quash the case.
While this helps some defendants, it isn’t always a permanent solution to the lawsuit and in fact, Strike 3 Holdings may refile your case in federal court putting you back at square one.
While filing a motion to quash may be an appealing option for defendants in Florida state cases, it might not make your lawsuit disappear completely. In some cases, Strike 3 Holdings can refile your case in federal court opening up an entirely new lawsuit and leaving you responsible for further attorney fees, court fees, and in some cases, settlement fees. Make sure you’re aware of all the possible outcomes of filing a motion to quash in Florida before you go down this route.
How to handle your Strike 3 Holdings case
Unless you really understand what a motion to quash against Strike 3 in Florida state court is and understand the pros and cons of each option, you should do more research before proceeding. While these cases are time-sensitive and you should act quickly, it’s also important you understand your options in full and all possible outcomes.
When you find out you’re being sued by Strike 3 Holdings, contact the attorneys at Antonelli Law. We’ll discuss your case and your options in a free consultation. We’ll go through how each option could play out and discuss what option may work best for you. We’ve helped thousands of clients through their copyright infringement lawsuits and have even helped defendants settle for less than they imagined they could.
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.