Strike 3 Holdings: Updates from Pennsylvania
Strike 3 Holdings is alleging Pennsylvania defendants downloaded their adult content illegally using BitTorrent file-sharing software.
This is a blog dedicated to updates on copyright infringement cases. We’ve represented nearly 2,000 clients across the US and are America’s most experienced BT copyright defense firm; we can represent you in your case against Strike 3 Holdings. For more information about handling your subpoena visit our main website’s Strike 3 Holdings page.
Strike 3 Holdings is a porn production company which distributes its content through the subscription-based websites Blacked, Vixen, and Tushy.
Who is Strike 3 Holdings and What Are These Lawsuits About?
Strike 3 Holdings LLC accuses defendants of copyright infringement by using file-sharing software such as BitTorrent to download their videos without paying the appropriate licensing fees.
Your first notice of the lawsuit will most likely be a letter from your ISP (internet service provider) 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. Typically you have 30 days or less from receiving the subpoena to take action.
Strike 3 Holdings in Pennsylvania
According to Law360 Philadelphia-based firm, Fox Rothschild LLP, filed the most copyright lawsuits in the first quarter of 2018:
“The list of law firms filing the most copyright lawsuits was once again topped in the first quarter of 2018 by BigLaw giant Fox Rothschild LLP, which lodged an astounding 344 new cases on behalf of a single pornographic film studio.
According to data compiled by Lex Machina, the Philadelphia-based firm filed a whopping 345 new copyright infringement cases from Jan. 1 to March 31, all but one of which were on behalf of Strike 3 Holdings LLC, an adult film studio.”
What Do I Do After Receiving My Strike 3 Holdings Subpoena?
The best thing to do is to speak with an experienced ISP Subpoena Defense Lawyer like the ones at Antonelli Law. 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.
Thinking of settling?
If you’re considering settling, you may wonder whether or not it’s the right thing to do, and (if so) whether you need an attorney to do so. People choose to anonymously settle for a variety of reasons, such as just wanting to get everything dealt with as quickly as possible, or perhaps to guarantee anonymity.
Anonymously settling through Antonelli Law ensures that:
- All claims up through the settlement date (whether known or unknown) are covered. This means that you will not be sued again by the same company for any additional supposed download activity that occurred prior to the settlement date.
- You as a ‘Subscriber’ are released, not just your IP address. That means you are still covered if multiple IP addresses were used in any downloading activity.
- Our fee is flat rate, and we negotiate the best settlement possible on your behalf. We’ve successfully negotiated anonymous settlements that were lower than the original amount demanded by the movie company and will fight to get the best financial outcome for you.
For more information visit our Strike 3 Holdings page or contact us at 312-201-8310 to set up your free consultation and discuss the options for your case.
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