Strike 3 Holdings North Carolina


Are you being sued by Strike 3 Holdings in North Carolina?

Strike 3 Holdings is currently filing lawsuits across the country; they have filed thousands of such lawsuits over the past few years. Your first notice was likely from your internet service provider (ISP) and a copy of a subpoena from a company called Strike 3 Holdings. Strike 3 is alleging that you (or someone in your home or office) illegally downloaded their pornographic films, typically using file-sharing software such as BitTorrent.

You are being accused of copyright infringement, which can be more embarrassing due to the nature of the adult content you’ve been accused of downloading.

Many clients we speak to are in shock; most people have never been sued before. Here is some advice on what not to do:

  1. Don’t sign anything
  2. Don’t try to delete anything off your computer, it can end up making penalties worse
  3. Contact an experienced internet service provider subpoena defense attorney

Your Strike 3 Holdings North Carolina options

Whether or not you illegally downloaded Strike 3 Holdings content, you’re most likely about to get sued. At this point Strike 3 Holdings believes that you did download the content, and the court thinks that they have enough evidence for the case to continue. Every case is unique and we have worked with clients on all three options; we recommend you schedule your free consultation so we can understand the specifics of your case and can walk through your options so that you feel in more control of the situation.

Your three options in your case against Strike 3 Holdings

  1. Settle your case out of court
  2. File a Motion to Quash
  3. Fight back in court

Although you live in North Carolina, Strike 3 Holdings lawsuits are mostly federal lawsuits (they sometimes also file cases in Florida State Court).

Antonelli Law has been defending those targeted in the type of lawsuit like the ones filed by Strike 3 Holdings LLC for years, and we are extremely experienced in getting cases just like yours resolved quickly and cost-effectively.

At this point the notice from your ISP is to let you know that Strike 3 Holdings is seeking your personal information so that they can sue you. If you have just received the notice you are still anonymous and your details have not yet been shared with Strike 3 Holdings.

We recommend that you do not ignore Strike 3 Holdings as they do tend to follow through on these lawsuits; the longer you wait, the fewer options may be available to you on how you want to handle your Strike 3 Holdings lawsuit.

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