Strike 3 Holdings has been filing federal copyright infringement cases for years and has recently turned their sights to Florida State courts. Many have criticized them for filing these cases in state court despite the federal nature of the cases, but that hasn’t seemed to stop the filings from coming.
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If you have received a letter from your internet service provider (ISP) alerting you that Strike 3 Holdings is seeking your name along with a subpoena, you’re being sued. They are accusing you or someone in your home or office of downloading their adult film content without the proper licensing fees, typically using file-sharing software such as BitTorrent.
These cases are serious and time-sensitive. You typically only have 30 days to act before your name can be released to Strike 3 Holdings, which can then be tied to your case publicly.
You typically have the following options when you’re being sued:
File a motion to quash
Fight in court
We’ll advise you on the best course of action for your specific case, but if you’re in Florida you may benefit from a motion to quash. We can discuss this in your free consultation, but we’ve been successful with several motions to quash in Florida State court as these cases are a poor use of Florida’s “pure bill of discovery”. Give us a call or reach out online to find out more.
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.