STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC has dismissed a complaint filed against a retired Washington state police officer which alleged the illegal downloading of their adult content using BitTorrent file-sharing software.
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STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC is a porn production company which distributes its content through the subscription-based websites Blacked, Vixen, and Tushy.
Strike 3 Holdings has recently dropped one of their copyright infringements claims they had filed in a Washington federal court due to an evidentiary dispute.
According to law.com, Fox Rothschild has filed more than 1,200 lawsuits on behalf of the adult film company. The American Lawyer article states:
“In large part thanks to Strike 3’s campaign, copyright infringement claims are on pace this year to challenge an annual record. More than 4,100 copyright suits have been filed this year, which is already more than any year in the past decade other than 2015, when about 5,200 cases were brought, according to data analytics firm Lex Machina Inc.
The case in Washington involving a retired police officer stands out because it is rare that defendants retain lawyers to aggressively challenge such cases in court. Of the 627 complaints filed by Strike 3 that have concluded, Lex Machina estimates that 602—or 96 percent—likely resulted in a settlement. Edmondson had said he wanted to take the case to trial.
While Strike 3 has dismissed its claims without prejudice, the case involving the retired police officer, who is not identified by name in court documents, is not finished.”
While Strike 3’s representatives declined to discuss why the case was dismissed, they did note that they had reason to believe that the alleged downloading was done by someone else connected to the defendant and that they are looking further into who might actually be responsible.
What to do after receiving a STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC Subpoena
Your first notice of the lawsuit will probably be a notification letter from your internet service provider (ISP) and a subpoena from Strike 3 Holdings alleging that your IP address was used to download content online without the appropriate licensing fees probably using file-sharing software such as BitTorrent.
The best thing to do is to speak with an experienced ISP Subpoena Defense Lawyer like the ones at Antonelli Law about your options. Our attorneys are experienced in the field of copyright infringement and continually follow the latest updates. Our last complex trial involved computer firewalls, sophisticated commercial networks, and a Microsoft certified expert. We have representation in Washington and can represent you in your case against Strike 3 Holdings LLC.
Why You Should Always Speak to an Attorney about your STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS Case:
Strike 3 Holdings files thousands of lawsuits- so far this year they’ve filed more than 1,200 copyright infringement claims. Every defendant has a slightly different situation, so it’s best to discuss your case with an experienced ISP subpoena defense law firm, such as Antonelli Law.
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- Prepare to fight it in court
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