Friday, August 20, 2010

Defamation Lawyer: Traverse Internet Law on Defamation. August 2010.

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HANLEY-WOOD, LLC v. HANLEY WOOD, LLC and MUTUAL COMPANIES, LLC
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (WASHINGTON, DC)
1:10-CV-01167
FILED: 7/12/2010

Corporate “shakedowns” are becoming more prevalent as attackers develop a greater understanding and appreciation for the damage that can be visited upon businesses using virtually free tools on the web. No longer are mere words being used to attack. The tactics, strategies, and actions of alleged extortionists are absolutely amazing.
The Plaintiff alleges that the Defendants have carried on an extensive campaign of corporate stalking. Plaintiff alleges a broad range of impersonations, financial demands, and defamation.

The lawsuit includes claims for trademark infringement and false descriptions, violation of the Anti-Cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act, defamation, and unfair competition. Plaintiff requests damages in the form of declaratory and injunctive relief along with compensatory damages, statutory damages, fees, costs, and other just, equitable, and proper relief. Traverse Internet Law Cross-Reference Number 1438.