Privatejet.com sparks a second lawsuit

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Private jet charter broker Fly Victor and its CEO Clive Jackson are the subject of a second lawsuit by Don’t Look Media and Louis Spagnuolo

As the strobe light turns. After filing a lawsuit in June seeking $30 million from U.K.-based private jet charter broker Victor and its founder Clive Jackson over the privatejet.com domain, Don’t Look Media, LLC (DLM), and Louis Spagnuolo have filed a second lawsuit.

This time DLM is seeking $3 million. It alleges Jackson and others of “publicly and falsely accusing it of criminal behavior, and thereby destroying its business’ reputation.”

Private Jet Charter Broker Victor Sued For $30 Million In RICO Lawsuit

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 bookings.

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