Strike 3 Holdings Files Another Case in Florida State Court

Strike 3 Holdings Files New Case in Florida State Court

Case number: 2021-031976-CC-05

Strike 3 Holdings has been filing federal copyright infringement cases for years, but they’ve recently focused their efforts in Florida State Court.  In the US, copyright infringement cases are a federal matter and should be handled in federal court.

If you’re reading this, you’ve likely been served with a subpoena and are about to be sued. Strike 3 Holdings is accusing you, or someone in your home or office, of illegally downloading Strike 3 Holding’s pornographic film content, most likely through BitTorrent sharing software. Regardless of whether you are being sued in federal court or Florida state court, you are still being accused of illegally downloading adult content produced by Strike 3 Holdings.

What to do next in your Strike 3 Holdings Lawsuit

  1. Don’t sign anything without your own representation 

In any lawsuit, you shouldn’t sign paperwork without fully understanding what you’re agreeing to. If you receive something in the mail from Strike 3 Holdings requesting your signature, don’t sign it until you’ve had the chance to consult with an attorney representing you so that you know the implications of what you’re signing.

  1. Don’t delete anything from your computer

Many defendants assume that if they delete the content from their devices, it will help get rid of any evidence that they’ve downloaded Strike 3 Holdings’ content. This is not the case. In fact, if you delete content it can end up making your penalties worse and appear as an admission of guilt.

  1. Contact an experienced internet service provider subpoena defense attorney

Once you’re sure you’re being sued, contact someone who can guide you through the next steps. The attorneys at Antonelli Law are highly experienced with copyright infringement lawsuits like those filed by Strike 3 Holdings, including those filed in Florida. We can discuss your specific case, go through your options, and help you come up with a plan of what to do next.

For Strike 3 Holdings cases filed in Florida State Court, if the ISP Subscriber does not act proactively once they receive the ISP notice by settling the case out of court or by filing a motion to quash, Strike 3’s attorneys are sending out letters informing the ISP Subscriber of their intent to sue the ISP Subscriber in federal court.

If Strike 3 Holdings does not hear from the ISP Subscriber or their attorney in response to that letter, then Strike 3 Holdings will file a lawsuit in federal court.

Antonelli Law has been involved in several Strike 3 Holdings Florida State Court cases

These cases are time-sensitive and whether your case was filed federally or in state court, we can help.

We’ll discuss if settling anonymously, filing a motion to quash, or fighting in court is the best option for you in our free consultation, and we will work to get your case resolved as quickly as possible.

Learn more about your Strike 3 Holdings case >