Google, Bing, Yahoo sued in class action Anti-Trust Lawsuit for alleged use of false information, submitted by Plaintiff Mark Baldino of Baldino's Lock & Key Service.

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A multi-state group of locksmiths have filed a lawsuit claiming Google, Bing, Yahoo have monopoly control of the market, publish and create false listings.

Are fake listings and false information detrimental?

A group of thirteen locksmith operations from eleven states and Washington DC have joined Baldino's Lock & Key of Newington, Virginia in US District Court in DC in an amended complaint alleging that the three major search engines, Google, Bing, and Yahoo which together dominate the search market, flood their search results with false listings and fictitious map business addresses.

Defendants sought and received an Order for an extension of time to respond to the Complaint. Defendants' response is due on or before February 24, 2017.

The case number is: 1:16-cv-02360-KBJ
To read case go to link: http://nationallocksmithissues.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Filed-Copy-First-Amended-Complaint-Baldino-v-Google-January-13-2017.pdf

For more information, please contact Plaintiff's attorney:
Jeffrey Waintroob Roberts
Roberts Attorneys, P.A.
4440 PGA BLVD, STE 204
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
TEL: 561-360-2737
WEB: http://www.RobertsAttorneys.com

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