All About Your Strike 3 Holdings Case


Antonelli Law is America’s most experienced BitTorrent copyright defense law firm, serving clients nationwide. Antonelli Law can help you resolve this problem as quickly and as discreetly as possible.

What Are My Strike 3 Holdings Case Options?

Whether or not you downloaded content, you’re still going to be sued. At this point as Strike 3 Holdings thinks you did do it and the court believes they have enough evidence for the case to proceed. Since that is the case, you’ll need to decide how to handle it.

You now have three options available to you:

  1. Settle your case out of court
  2. File a Motion to Quash
  3. Fight back in court

If you choose to settle your Strike 3 case, having an attorney experienced with Strike 3 Holdings may help you negotiate a lower settlement amount. We aggressively negotiate settlement amounts for our clients and will fight for you until your case is resolved entirely.

One may feel that Strike 3 Holdings attempts to shock and embarrass one into paying a large settlement on their terms. Antonelli Law can help you determine the best course of action for your specific case involving Strike 3 Holdings LLC.

How Did Strike 3 Holdings Find Me From a Download?

When you receive this notification, you are still anonymous. The court and Strike 3 Holdings will still know you as ‘John Doe.’ Usually, you will have 30 days or less from the day you receive the notification to decide how you want to handle your case before you have fewer options.

Each internet connection will have a specific IP address unique to that connection. By using various technology methods, Strike 3 Holdings was allegedly able to track illegal downloads of their content to your IP address.

Once Strike 3 Holdings has your IP address, they can do a ‘reverse lookup.’ Strike 3 Holdings LLC can then figure out who provides the internet to your home (Comcast, Verizon, AT&T, Cox, etc.).

By knowing both your internet provider and your IP address, Strike 3 Holdings can file a federal lawsuit for copyright infringement and ask a judge for permission to send a subpoena to your internet provider. This subpoena is requesting your name and address.

The notice you received is your internet provider letting you know your personal information is being requested. Before your internet provider releases this information, they send the subpoena notification to you.

Is My Strike 3 Holdings Subpoena Real?

It is vital to note that this subpoena is actual and not a scam. You are being sued for copyright infringement in federal court. Right now, you are known as John Doe to the court if you have just received your subpoena. If you ignore the subpoena, your internet service provider will most likely release your real name to the Strike 3 Holdings LLC lawyers.

As soon as Strike 3 Holdings has your name, in almost all cases, they will amend the complaint name in the public court documents from “John Doe” to your name. You will then likely be served with a court summons.

Under no circumstance should anyone ignore a court summons.

Many clients don’t mind losing their anonymity. Still, the downside to ignoring your Strike 3 Holdings subpoena and receiving a summons is that your options moving forward are limited, and you’ll lose some of your negotiating power.

Who Is Strike 3 Holdings Anyway?

Strike 3 Holdings LLC is a company that produces pornographic adult films. Their adult films are published under the subscription sites known as Blacked, Vixen, and Tushy. The company is currently filing federal lawsuits, as well as lawsuits in the Florida State Courts for copyright infringement.

Did you get a notice from your Internet Service Provider, such as AT&T, Verizon, etc., along with a copy of a subpoena from a company called Strike 3 Holdings LLC? If you are reading this, it is likely that you have been served with a subpoena and are about to be sued.

The company is accusing you, or someone in your home or office, of illegally downloading Strike 3 Holding’s adult films, most likely through BitTorrent sharing software.

Essentially, this is a lawsuit accusing you of copyright infringement.

Antonelli Law offers free and confidential consultations to discuss your case; you can call (312) 201-8310 to inquire about assistance for your Strike 3 Holdings lawsuit.


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