If you’re a defendant in a Florida Strike 3 Holdings case, don’t delay. Take action as soon as possible.
Strike 3 Holdings has filed cases nationwide in what many have called “copyright trolling”. Essentially, Strike 3 Holdings mass files lawsuits against defendants that they believe have illegally downloaded their adult film content, subpoenaing the ISP to get each defendant’s contact information. The first notice that defendants typically receive is a letter from their ISP and the subpoena from Strike 3 Holdings.
Strike 3’s recent focus in Florida has been a major topic of discussion among attorneys, defendants, and judges. Strike 3 Holdings uses Florida’s “pure bill of discovery” in a way that some feel is a workaround to access defendant information. These cases have not gone uncriticized but are just as real as cases filed federally and should be taken just as seriously.
Our highly experienced team of attorneys have handled thousands of copyright infringement cases over the years and have seen how serious these cases can be. When you call us for a consultation we’ll discuss your case in full, your options, and what the next steps are. Whether you decide to settle your case anonymously, file a motion to quash, or fight your case in court, we will be there to support you until your case is resolved completely.
If you’re a defendant in a Strike 3 Holdings Florida lawsuit, give us a call and see why so many clients have trusted Antonelli Law.
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This is a blog dedicated to updates on copyright infringement cases. We’ve represented over 500 Strike 3 Holdings clients across the US since 2017, and are America’s most experienced BT copyright defense firm; we can represent you in your case. For more information about handling your subpoena visit our main website page for Strike 3 Holdings.