Strike 3 Holdings has been filing federal copyright infringement lawsuits for years and recently filed several in Florida State Court. They accuse defendants of illegally downloading their adult film content without paying the proper licensing fees typically using file-sharing software such as BitTorrent.
Antonelli Law represents Strike 3 Holdings clients nationwide, including Florida, and is ready to discuss your case today.
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Your first notice of a lawsuit is typically a subpoena from Strike 3 Holdings along with a letter from your internet service provider (ISP) such as Comcast, AT&T, or Verizon. When you receive a subpoena from Strike 3 and a letter from your ISP alerting you that Strike 3 is seeking your name, you’re being sued.
Once you know you’re being sued it’s important to remain calm and not delete anything. Deleting items you’ve downloaded can make penalties worse in the long run. Your next step is to contact an experienced copyright infringement attorney who can advise you on your options.
The experienced attorneys at Antonelli Law have dealt with hundreds of cases like these and are ready to discuss your specific case. We’ll go through your options with you and make recommendations as to what may work best for you. Your three options are:
- Settle anonymously
- File a motion to quash
- Fight your case in court
We’ll fight for you until your case is resolved completely and support you through the entire process.
To schedule your consultation with one of the experienced attorneys at Antonelli Law and discuss your Strike 3 Holdings subpoena 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.