Have you recently received a Strike 3 Holdings summons or subpoena from your internet service provider?
Strike 3 Holdings is one of three copyright holders who together filed nearly 300 lawsuits in the first month of 2018 alone. That is three times more than the monthly average for 2017.
Strike 3 Holdings is aggressively filing copyright infringement lawsuits which allege that defendants have illegally downloaded and distributed their adult films produced by Blacked, Vixen, and Tushy.
What You Shouldn’t Do After Receiving a Strike 3 Holdings
- Don’t panic
- Don’t ignore it
- Don’t delete or throw anything away
- Don’t sign anything
Instead, focus on finding an experienced ISP subpoena defense firm like Antonelli Law to review your options. We’ve represented nearly 2,000 cases nationwide and will discuss your specific case during a free consultation.
Your Options After Receiving a Strike 3 Holdings Lawsuit
- Settle anonymously: A financial settlement can give you peace of mind and put this issue to rest anonymously. However, you will be responsible for paying the settlement regardless of whether or not you believe you should have to. Settling through Antonelli Law ensures you are protected from any copyright actions from Strike 3 for alleged download activity before the settlement.
- File a motion to quash out of court: A motion to quash attempts to show a judge that the Strike 3 case against you does not have sufficient merit. This option is also viable in certain limited circumstances like if live in a different jurisdiction than where the lawsuit was filed; or may be beneficial if the judge in your case has made comments in prior court opinions that imply a hostility to what the judge has described as “copyright trolls”.
- Fight the lawsuit in court: If you want to fight your lawsuit in court, make sure to choose a skilled ISP subpoena defense firm such as Antonelli Law. We are experienced in fighting copyright infringement lawsuits and well-versed in the fields of computer networking and computer forensics which are crucial to this complex technological case.
Start with a free consultation at Antonelli Law to discuss the options for your Strike 3 Holdings case: 312-201-8310