Strike 3 Holdings is known for filing copyright infringement lawsuits across the country, but it has recently started filing cases in Florida state court. Strike 3 Holdings has used Florida’s pure bill of discovery as a way to file lawsuits against multiple defendants at once and obtain their names and addresses. Regardless of if your case is in the federal courts or in Florida, you are still being accused of illegally downloading adult content produced by Strike 3 Holdings.
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December 2, 2021
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Strike 3 Holdings has been filing federal copyright infringement cases for years, but they’ve recently started filing in Florida State Court as well. The filings in Florida have been widely criticized as a violation of Florida’s “pure bill of discovery”. In the US, copyright infringement cases are a federal matter and should be handled in federal court.
When you receive a notice from your internet service provider along with a subpoena from Strike 3 Holdings alerting you of a lawsuit, you’re being sued. Initially, Strike 3 Holdings does not know your name and you typically have about 30 days to take action before your name is released to them from your internet service provider. These cases can carry heavy fines and penalties, especially if you choose to wait or ignore the case.
For Strike 3 Holdings cases filed in Florida State Court, if the ISP Subscriber does not act proactively once they receive the ISP notice by settling the case out of court or by filing a motion to quash, Strike 3’s attorneys are sending out letters informing the ISP Subscriber of their intent to sue the ISP Subscriber in federal court.
If Strike 3 Holdings does not hear from the ISP Subscriber or their attorney in response to that letter, then Strike 3 Holdings will file a lawsuit in federal court.
These cases are time-sensitive and whether your case was filed federally or in Florida state court, we can help.
We’ll discuss if settling anonymously, filing a motion to quash, or fighting in court is the best option for you in our free consultation, and we will work to get your case resolved as quickly as possible.
This is a blog dedicated to updates on copyright infringement cases. We’ve represented hundreds of 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.