Strike 3 Holdings LLC filed 9 new cases across the US in August 2019.
This continues the declining trend in the number of new cases filed by Strike 3 Holdings. For example, 287 cases were filed in June, and 92 cases were filed in July.
Strike 3 Holdings LLC filed the new cases in Florida and New Jersey.
If you’ve received a subpoena, Strike 3 Holdings is accusing someone in your home or office of illegally downloading their content, most likely using file-sharing software such as BitTorrent. Strike 3 Holdings distributes adult films through the subscription-based websites Blacked, Vixen, and Tushy.
There are three choices for handling your Strike 3 Holdings subpoena:
- Anonymously settling your case
- Filing a Motion to Quash
- Preparing to fight your case in court
Here’s what you shouldn’t do:
- Don’t sign anything
- Don’t try to delete anything on your computer. This could make any potential penalties worse.
Antonelli Law is experienced in defending those being sued by Strike 3 Holdings LLC. We can walk you through all of your options in detail and help you devise the defense strategy best for your particular case.
We represent Strike 3 Holdings LLC clients nationwide.
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Strike 3 Holdings v. John Doe Cases Filed in August 2019