How to Fight Your Strike 3 Holdings Lawsuit

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Strike 3 Holdings has been filing federal copyright infringement lawsuits for years. Strike 3 accuses defendants of illegally downloading their adult film content without paying the proper licensing fees often using file-sharing software such as BitTorrent.

Many of these cases have been filed in Florida state court despite the federal nature of copyright infringement. Strike 3 Holdings uses Florida’s “Pure Bill of Discovery” as a way to request the names of defendants. Many have argued this is a misuse of the bill, but Strike 3 has shown no signs of slowing down filings.

Antonelli Law represents Strike 3 Holdings clients nationwide, including Florida, and is ready to discuss your case today.

Want to talk to Antonelli Law and discuss your specific case? Call 312-201-8310 or click here.

The first step in fighting your Strike 3 Holdings lawsuit

When you’ve received a subpoena from Strike 3 Holdings along with a letter from your internet service provider (ISP) alerting you that Strike 3 Holdings is seeking your name it’s important to remain calm. Don’t delete anything and don’t ignore your subpoena as it could make penalties worse in the long run.

The best thing to do is to contact an experienced copyright infringement attorney who can advise you on your options. Your three options are to settle outside of court anonymously, file a motion to quash, or fight your case in court. These cases are time-sensitive and defendants usually have a limited window of 30 days to act before they risk the loss of their anonymity.

Trust Antonelli Law to represent you in your Strike 3 Holdings Lawsuit

The experienced copyright infringement attorneys have handled thousands of cases just like these and we’re ready to discuss your case today. We’ll discuss your specific case and the option, or options, that may work best for you. We can advise you throughout the process and will fight for you until your case is resolved completely.

To learn more about how to fight Strike 3 Holdings watch below:

Current Strike 3 Holdings cases filed in Miami-Dade County using Florida’s “Pure Bill of Discovery” to request the names of internet subscribers.

2020 cases

STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS, LLC VS UNKNOWN INFRINGERS LISTED ON EXHIBIT 1

  • 2020-003890-CC-05
  • 2020-003891-CC-05
  • 2020-003737-CC-05
  • 2020-003059-CC-05
  • 2020-003063-CC-05
  • 2020-002968-CC-05
  • 2020-002021-CC-05
  • 2020-002024-CC-05
  • 2020-002019-CC-05
  • 2020-001616-CC-05
  • 2020-001652-CC-05

2019 cases

STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS, LLC VS UNKNOWN INFRINGERS LISTED ON EXHIBIT 1

  • 2019-032919-CC-05
  • 2019-032825-CC-05
  • 2019-032439-CC-05
  • 2019-032122-CC-05
  • 2019-031035-CC-05
  • 2019-030496-CC-05
  • 2019-030040-CC-05
  • 2019-028802-CC-05
  • 2019-028412-CC-05
  • 2019-028410-CC-05
  • 2019-027829-CC-05
  • 2019-027599-CC-05
  • 2019-026371-CC-05
  • 2019-026368-CC-05
  • 2019-025662-CC-05
  • 2019-025655-CC-05
  • 2019-025653-CC-05
  • 2019-024463-CC-05
  • 2019-024647-CC-05
  • 2019-024467-CC-05

To schedule your free consultation with Antonelli Law to discuss your Strike 3 Holdings lawsuit call 312-201-8310 or click here.

This is a blog dedicated to updates on copyright infringement cases. We’ve represented 400 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.

 

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