Settling Your Strike 3 Holdings Lawsuit
Are you looking to settle your Strike 3 Holdings Lawsuit but don’t know where to start or who they are? Antonelli Law is here to help you with your lawsuit.
What Does Strike 3 Holdings Want?
The notice you received from your internet service provider is letting you know that Strike 3 Holdings is seeking your personal information such as your full name and address. This is so that they can sue you for copyright infringement.
If you have just received this notice, you are still anonymous. Strike 3 Holdings does not yet know who you are. While you are anonymous, you still have several options available to you on how you want to handle your case.
However, the longer one waits, the fewer options one may have and you may lose some of your negotiating power.
Who Is Strike 3 Holdings?
Strike 3 Holdings LLC is a company that produced pornographic films. Their adult film content is published under their subscriptions sits, Vixen, Tushy, and Blacked.
The company is currently filing federal lawsuits, as well as lawsuits in the Florida State Courts, for copyright infringement.
If you are reading this, you have likely been served with a subpoena and may be sued. They are accusing you, of someone in your office or home, of the illegal downloads of their adult films. This is most likely thought a BitTorrent sharing software.
In sum, this lawsuit is essentially accusing you of copyright infringement.
Should I Settle With Strike 3 Holdings?
Settling with the company can make the situation at hand go away faster and buy you some peace of mind.
When Antonelli Law discusses your options during our confidential consultation, for free, we can explain how if you do choose to settle through our firm, both the settlement and the settlement payment are made anonymously.
However, this also means that you will have to pay a settlement regardless of whether or not you believe you should have to.
We have found that many clients feel that the ability to ensure their anonymity and end the process is worth the settlement.
Pros & Cons Of Settling With Strike 3 Holdings
There are several pros to settling with Strike 3 Holdings.
This may include things
- Your case will be resolved quickly
- Your case is resolved anonymously from public records
- We’ll ensure that you as a person (not just your IP address) are released so you can’t be sued again for any other supposed download activity that happened prior to your settlement
The cons can include:
That you will have to pay a settlement fee regardless of whether or not you feel you should have to.
How Much Can Settling with Strike 3 Holdings Cost?
In most cases, these cases can be resolved out of court. At Antonelli Law we offer a flat fee for motions to quash or help one settle and remain anonymous.
Antonelli Law will work to negotiate the best possible settlement amount on our client’s behalf. We have successfully negotiated anonymous settlements that were lower than the original amount demanded. We will work to fight for the best financial outcome for our clients.
In reality, each case is different and it’s hard to pinpoint an exact amount of movies that will cause you to get sued. We’ve seen cases where the defendant downloaded over 240 movies and others where the defendant downloaded around 20.
Typically, Strike 3 Holdings requests roughly $750 per movie downloaded, however, the maximum amount requested by Strike 3 tends to be about $50,000.
When we negotiate at Antonelli Law, the negotiation amount varies greatly and may depend on several factors. The average settlements tend to range from under $100 per movie to approx. $500 per movie. Antonelli Law has also been able to prove financial hardship and get a settlement all the way down to a $250 total. That being said, it really is case-specific.
When Antonelli Law represents a client, we will take a look at one’s case from every possible angle and work to negotiate on a client’s behalf. Once we know the specifics of a case, we can give a more specific assessment and help set expectations.