Lawsuit Filed Against Google In Superior Court, Plaintiffs Seeking To Hire Jury Presentation Law Firm

Mar 3, 2023

Our Google Lawsuit

San Francisco, CA (Law Firm Newswire) May 7, 2016 – Case # CGC 16-551805 was filed in the Superior Court of California in the County of San Francisco on May 5, 2016. The case charges Google/Alphabet/YouTube with running payback and vendetta operations in violation of anti-trust laws as part of a competitive retribution program that Google engaged in because of witness testimony, by plaintiffs, for a series of federal investigations.

The specific causes of action in the case, documented at the website, include: patent infringement, intentional interference with contractual relations, intentional interference with prospective economic advantage, cyber-stalking, fraud, invasion of privacy and unfair competition as a class action.

One part of the case seeks to bring Europe’s “Right to be Forgotten Law” rights to U.S. citizens.

Plaintiffs filed the first case “in pro per”, meaning on-their-own, using third-party agency input, para-legals and advisory consultants. Plaintiffs are now seeking to hire a lead law firm to manage the rest of the case through to the demanded jury trial. Plaintiffs are seeking damages in excess of $1B. They have based their damages metrics on internal documents from defendants filings and outside, concurrent, investigations.

Law firms wishing to propose services can contact plaintiffs group through their website at