Don’t Look Media has filed a new lawsuit against Fly Victor, its founder Clive Jackson, and others
The new lawsuit against private jet charter broker Victor was filed in Florida’s state court
Following the administration of private jet charter broker Fly Victor’s parent, and a subsequent management-led buyout, Don’t Look Media has filed a new lawsuit, this time in Florida’s state court.
A previous, similar lawsuit filed last year in Federal Court was dismissed in February, a move Don’t Look is appealing.
The new lawsuit, also seeking $30 million, is over a revenue-sharing agreement for website privatejet.com, owned by Don’t Look.
The Florida-based on-demand private jet charter and jet card broker is responding to the continued spread of the Coronavirus pandemic
ExpertJet is assuring its clients who fly privately in terms of both aircraft cleaning and flexibility.
Andrew Flaxman, its founder and director, tells Private Jet Card Comparisons, “Every booking, we’re coordinating with crew members to sanitize the aircraft between flights.”
The private jet charter broker had predicted profitability in 2020 before its parent entered administration earlier this month
Founder and CEO Clive Jackson says he is hoping to lead a management buyout
(Updated Feb. 21, 2020 at 10:48 EST) Financial statements filed by Alyssum Holdings and Fly Victor Ltd. in early January and obtained by Private Jet Card Comparisons anticipated the company’s tenuous future.
Auditors GrantThornton at the time wrote, “Uncertainty around the repayment or refinancing of this indicates the existence of material uncertainty, which cast significant doubt about the Company’s ability to continue as a going concern.”
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.”