October 2015: This action was dismissed When a complaint is dismissed with prejudice, it cannot be refiled. as to the named plaintiff and When a complaint is dismissed without prejudice,…
March 2016: This action was dismissed When a complaint is dismissed with prejudice, it cannot be refiled. as to the named plaintiffs and When a complaint is dismissed without prejudice, an amended version of the complaint can be refiled. as to the class members. The reasons for the dismissal have not disclosed.
January 2016: In a false advertising class-action lawsuit filed against LogMeIn in 2014, a federal judge granted the company’s motion for summary judgment concluding that plaintiffs cannot show that LogMeIn made a misrepresentation or omitted important information. The complaint, which was amended in 2015, alleged that the company misled consumers by making them believe it was discontinuing LogMeIn Free (which allows users to access a desktop computer from a remote location using another computer with internet access) and its Ignition app (an extension/add-on feature to LogMeIn) and customers would need to purchase an account-level subscription (LogMeIn Pro) to continue using remote access. (Handy et al v. LogMeIn, Inc., Case No. 14-cv-1355, E. D. CA.)
MADISON, CONN. August 9, 2022 — An increasing number of celebrities are jumping on the NFT bandwagon, showcasing their digital assets on social media for the world to see. But are…
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TINA.org submits a comment to the FTC urging it to update its .com Disclosures guidance to help rein in deceptive marketing.