If you’ve received a subpoena from Strike 3 Holdings and notice from your internet service provider, Strike 3 Holdings is accusing you or someone at your IP address of copyright infringement.
Over the past few years, Strike 3 Holdings LLC has filed thousands of lawsuits alleging that their content has been illegally downloaded without the necessary licensing fees paid. These cases are serious and should not be ignored. Luckily, the team at Antonelli law is here to help.
My subpoena from Strike 3 Holdings is addressed to John Doe, what does that mean?
If your subpoena is addressed to John Doe, that means Strike 3 Holdings does not have your name yet, but that could change.
Using a variety of methods, Strike 3 Holdings LLC was allegedly able to track the illegal downloads to your IP address. Armed with an IP address Strike 3 Holdings LLC was able to figure out who your internet service provider (ISP) is.
With these two pieces of information, Strike 3 Holdings LLC filed a federal lawsuit for copyright infringement and asked a judge for permission to send a subpoena to your ISP to reveal your name and address. Before your internet service provider releases your name and address, they send the subpoena notification to you.
There is usually a period of time, normally around 30 days, for you to act before your name is released by your ISP to Strike 3 Holdings.
Once your name is released, Strike 3 Holdings can amend the complaint to reflect your name. Many of our clients do not want their name publicly tied to a copyright infringement lawsuit, much less one involving adult films. If you want to remain anonymous in your case, it’s best to act quickly.
We have represented hundreds of individuals with unique cases of varying severity. As ISP defense lawyers we can take a look at your specific case and discuss the best option for you.
Our team works to reduce your anxiety, guide you through the course of action you choose, and give you timely, educated advice.
Many clients choose to settle anonymously, but you may also have the option to fight your case in court or file a motion to quash. We will happily discuss each option with you as it pertains to your case.
Can I afford a lawyer to help me with my subpoena from Strike 3 Holdings?
We understand that receiving a subpoena and the cost of settling may be overwhelming, however, we will gladly give you a free consultation. Additionally, many of our clients have received lower settlement costs as a result of our services.
It is often best in these cases to turn to attorneys that are experienced and will fight on your behalf to resolve your case as quickly as possible.
Due to the federal nature of this case, we can represent clients nationwide.
This is a blog dedicated to updates on copyright infringement cases. We’ve represented over 350 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.