Below includes a list of new cases filed by Strike 3 Holdings.
These cases were filed across eight states, including California, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Maryland, Illinois, and Florida.
Did you get a notification from your internet service provider, such as Comcast, about a lawsuit accusing you of copyright infringement? If you’re reading this, you’ve likely been served with a subpoena and are about to be sued by Strike 3 Holdings. They are accusing you, or someone in your home or office, of illegally downloading their adult films, most likely through BitTorrent sharing software.
Currently, if you just received your notice, you are still anonymous. Strike 3 Holdings allegedly can trace illegal downloads of their films to your IP address, which is a unique address specific to your internet connection. Typically you have about 30 days or less to decide how you want to handle the Strike 3 Holdings case. The longer you wait, the fewer options you’ll have.
What are my options with Strike 3 Holdings?
You have three options moving forward:
- Settle your case out of court
- File a motion to quash
- Fight back in court.
We are experienced in these types of cases and will walk you through all of the options and discuss the specifics of your case at our free consultation. Many people choose to settle with Strike 3 Holdings because it’s faster and they want to ensure anonymity, but that doesn’t mean it’s the right path for everyone. We can help you figure out the best pathway forward for you.
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