Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 03, 2011
On Friday, October 29, 2011, a jury in Orange County Superior court case no. 30-2010-00357210 rendered a unanimous special verdict in favor of David Max on his claim the Huskerpedia website had been converted from him and Joe Hudson.
Trial testimony revealed the 1999 football season was just beginning when David and Joe joined forces to create a website where fellow University of Nebraska sports fanatics could gather. In the years that followed, Huskerpedia became the premier web location for University of Nebraska sports fans to congregate.
But two years ago, the trial evidence demonstrated that various principals of Information Superbrand, Inc. seized control of the website. David Max hired Ralph Rogari to commence legal proceedings and, with Joe and the encouragement of countless fans, established a new site for devotees of University of Nebraska sports, Huskermax.com. Today, Huskermax.com is the place on the web for people to learn or chat about University of Nebraska sports.
After two years of legal activities, including defending a multimillion dollar action against him, the unanimous jury vindicated David. The jury determined that the company, Eric Park, Tal Golan, David Homsey, Kyle O'Neill and Jerry Tegtmeier converted the Huskerpedia website and content from him. For that misconduct, the jury awarded $900,000.00 in damages. It also ordered Information Superbrand, Inc. to pay David $500,000.00 for failing to repay loans he made to the company.
After the jury verdict, Orange County Superior Court Judge William M. Monroe issued a preliminary injunction prohibiting the defendants from continuing to operate the Huskerpedia website.
Rehm & Rogari and Ralph Rogari were honored to have represented David Max. They encourage all who have any interest in University of Nebraska sports to visit Huskermax.com.
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