Is a Motion to Quash right for your Strike 3 Holdings Subpoena?
Have you recently received a notice from your internet service provider, such as Comcast, and a Strike 3 Holdings letter?
Strike 3 Holdings is accusing you, or someone in your home or office, of illegally downloading their adult film content. They produce pornographic content under the names Vixen, Blacked, and Tushy. The goal is to pursue you in Federal court for violating the Copyright Act.
If this is new, please look at our main Strike 3 Holdings page for a lot of background information and FAQs.
In copyright infringement lawsuits like these, you typically have a limited amount of time to retain your anonymity in your lawsuit, meaning your name won’t be publicly tied to the case. Additionally, the longer you wait to act, the fewer options you will likely have. No matter your level of guilt or innocence, it is imperative you take action as soon as possible and learn your options to resolve your lawsuit with Strike 3 Holdings.
Look on your ISP letter and note the date of the disclosure. You should act before this date! Before your name is released to Strike 3 Holdings you have the opportunity to file something that’s called a motion to quash the subpoena. Is this something that’s right for you?
Watch the video above to find out a little more about this step and also discover more about whether a motion to quash is right for your Strike 3 Holdings case.
Antonelli Law has years of experience with copyright infringement cases, and Strike 3 Holdings lawsuits in particular.
See what a recent Strike 3 Holdings client had to say:
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June 21, 2021