Paxfire Files Counter Claims Against Milberg Client: Seeks In Excess of Fifty Million Dollars In Damages

Alan Sullivan, CEO and co-founder of Sterling VA-based Paxfire, Inc., announced today that Paxfire filed a counter lawsuit in federal court in Manhattan against Betsy Feist, the client of the law firm Milberg LLP who had earlier filed a class action against Paxfire and the RCN Corporation, an Internet Service Provider (Feist v. RCN Corporation and Paxfire, Inc., Case No. 1:11cv05436, a civil case filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, in Manhattan).

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Sterling, VA (PRWEB) September 02, 2011

Alan Sullivan, CEO and co-founder of Sterling VA-based Paxfire, Inc., announced today that:

"Paxfire filed a counter lawsuit in federal court in Manhattan against Betsy Feist, the client of the law firm Milberg LLP who had earlier filed a class action against Paxfire and the RCN Corporation, an Internet Service Provider (Feist v. RCN Corporation and Paxfire, Inc., Case No. 1:11cv05436, a civil case filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, in Manhattan).

"When the class action was filed, Paxfire vigorously denied the allegations made by Ms. Feist, which included alleged fictitious assertions that Paxfire profiled the search habits of ISP customers and sold such information to third parties." (see link below)
Paxfire Refutes Allegations in Lawsuit

A copy of Paxfire's Answer to Betsy Feist's Complaint and Paxfire's Counterclaims is located at: Paxfire’s Response and Counterclaims

"The Counterclaims allege that Ms. Feist made false assertions to various third parties about Paxfire, and caused these false statements to be published by the media, in an effort to damage Paxfire and thereby stop lawful business practices of the company that she opposed. The Counterclaims cite specific damages suffered by Paxfire as a result of these assertions, and seek compensation in excess of fifty million dollars."

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