Judges in the 11th Circuit affirmed a lower court’s ruling IN a case brought against U.K.-based Fly Victor. It included the charter broker’s boss, Clive Jackson, and other current and former executives. The court said the lawsuit lacked personal jurisdiction. Last week’s ruling means further action would need to be taken in England. Don’t Look Media had been seeking up to $30 million in a dispute over the website privatejet.com.
The on-demand charter broker features a frequent flyer program for its private jet customers
On-demand private jet charter company Victor said it has appointed Bobby Perez as Executive Vice President of North America to spearhead Victor’s growth in the U.S market.
The lawsuit says in addition to lost fees and damages, Victor’s lack of required disclosures created a liability for fines of up to $32,000 per day over a multi-year period
U.K.-based on-demand online private jet charter broker Fly
Victor Limited is being sued for $30 million by Delaware-based Don’t Look
Media, LLC. The lawsuit stems from a 2015 licensing agreement that enabled it
to use the URL privatejet.com to generate leads it would then convert to