Defamation Lawyer Disclaimer
The facts are unproven allegations of the Plaintiff and all commentary is based upon the allegations, the truthfulness and accuracy of which are likely in dispute.
DAVINCI VIRTUAL v. REGUS MANAGEMENT GROUP
DISTRICT OF UTAH
Monitoring your employees’ communications on the web will help avoid this type of a claim for defamation.
Both the Plaintiff and Defendant are competitors selling virtual office solutions. Davinci alleges that Regus has claimed it is affiliated with Davinci and, in fact, purchased the Davinci Virtual, LLC business. Plaintiff claims these statements are false and defamatory.
The Plaintiff alleges federal trademark infringement, unfair competition, intentional interference with current/potential economic relations, commercial disparagement/injurious falsehood and unfair practices. Prayer for relief requests preliminary and permanent injunctive relief from infringing use, statutory and civil damages, punitive and treble damages, corrective advertising, all costs and expenses including attorneys’ fees, and such other and further relief as the Court deems just and proper. Traverse Internet Law Cross Reference Number 1530.