Strike 3 Holdings LLC is a company that produces pornographic films. Their adult films are published under the subscription sites Blacked, Vixen, and Tushy.
They are currently filing federal lawsuits, as well as lawsuits in Florida State Court, for copyright infringement, and have been known to target Minnesota residents. Strike 3 Holdings has filed thousands of these types of lawsuits across the United States over the last few years.
Have you received a notice from your Internet Service Provider (AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, etc.) and a copy of a subpoena from a company called Strike 3 Holdings? The notice from your internet service provider is to let you know that Strike 3 Holdings is seeking your personal information (your full name and address) so that they can sue you for copyright infringement.
Strike 3 Holdings is seeking your information so they can potentially sue you.
If you have just received this notice you are still anonymous- Strike 3 Holdings does not yet know who you are. The longer you wait, the fewer options that may be available and you could lose some of your negotiating power.
You now have three options available to you:
- Settle your case out of court
- File a Motion to Quash
- Fight back in court
If you choose to settle, having an attorney experienced in these types of cases may help you negotiate a lower Strike 3 Holdings settlement amount. Whatever you do, we do not recommend ignoring your Strike 3 Holdings case in Minnesota.
Right now, you are known to the court only as John Doe. If you ignore the subpoena your internet service provider will likely release your name to Strike 3 Holdings LLC’s lawyers.
Once 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 be served with a court summons.
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