Defendants in California and Florida can’t seem to get a break from Strike 3 Holdings case filings. In 2020 Strike 3 Holdings ramped up filings in several states including California and Florida. If you are a defendant in a Strike 3 Holdings lawsuit and aren’t sure what your next step should be, keep reading.
Strike 3 Holdings is accusing you of illegally downloading their adult film content without paying the appropriate licensing fees. Defendants typically are accused of obtaining the films using file-sharing software such as BitTorrent. In these cases, you tend to have a limited amount of time to act before your name can be released by your internet service provider to Strike 3 Holdings. These cases are time-sensitive and to take full advantage of your options it’s best to act quickly. Your options are:
- Settle anonymously
- File a motion to quash
- Fight your case in court
We can discuss these options during your free consultation. No matter what option you choose our attorneys will fight tirelessly until your case is resolve and your life is back to normal.
On December 28th and 29th Strike 3 Holdings filed 4 new lawsuits in Florida and California:
- 2020-031043-CC-05, case name STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS, LLC VS UNKNOWN INFRINGERS IDENTIFIED ON EXHIBIT 1
- 8:2020cv02432 Strike 3 Holdings, LLC v. John Doe subscriber assigned IP address 126.96.36.199
- 8:2020cv02433 Strike 3 Holdings, LLC v. John Doe subscriber assigned IP address 188.8.131.52
- 8:2020cv02434 Strike 3 Holdings, LLC v. John Doe subscriber assigned IP address 184.108.40.206
This is a blog dedicated to updates on copyright infringement cases. We’ve represented over 500 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.