When you receive a Strike 3 Holdings subpoena and learn you’re being sued, it can be upsetting and scary. Strike 3 Holdings accuses defendants of illegally downloading their adult film content using file-sharing software such as BitTorrent. The lawsuit is tied to your ISP so defendants typically find out about the lawsuit while their anonymity is intact. You normally have about 30 days to act before your information can be released to Strike 3 Holdings and your anonymity lost, so the time to act is now.
The best time to act is before your anonymity is lost as that is when you have the most options, but no matter where you are in the process our attorneys can help. In these cases, you can choose to settle anonymously, file a motion to quash or fight your case in court. Depending on the specifics of your case, one option may work better for you than the others. The attorneys at Strike 3 Holdings can help you learn more about each one so you can make an informed decision.
Our attorneys have represented clients across the nation. We take the time to listen to you and answer your questions during your free consultation. We’ll go through your options and what the next steps are so you feel supported and ready to move forward.
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