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APX ALARM SECURITY SOLUTIONS v. NICK LAWRENCE and 911
CENTRAL DISTRICT OF UTAH
Attacking a competitor can be a very successful tactic. If you are going to take this approach, be absolutely certain that every factual claim, and every implied factual claim you are making, is 100% accurate. Under the defamation laws, even statements that appear to be mere opinions can provide a basis for a defamation lawsuit.
APX is in the business of monitoring, distributing, and selling alarm systems and services to residential customers. The Defendant is an individual providing competing alarm monitoring services in Berkeley, CA. Defendant Lawrence lists a number of disparaging “facts” about the Plaintiff on its website and on its Facebook page which Plaintiff claims are false.
Plaintiff requests a declaratory judgment against the Defendant and claims defamation, trade libel, conversion, negligence, violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, and intentional interference with economic relations. Relief requested includes injunctive relief, actual damages, and attorneys’ fees and costs. Traverse Internet Law Cross-Reference Number 1447.