Kasowitz Secures TRO for Tech Entrepreneur Fima Potik in Suit Against Lindsay Lohan

Kasowitz Secures TRO for Tech Entrepreneur Fima Potik in Suit Against Lindsay Lohan

The New York Post’s Page Six quotes Kasowitz Partner Ken David concerning the firm’s representation of tech entrepreneur Fima Potik in connection with breaches of contractual and fiduciary duties by Lindsay Lohan, her brother Michael C. Lohan Jr., and business partner Christopher Roth, relating to their formation of Vigme, a social commerce web site and mobile application. On October 31, Manhattan Supreme Court Judge Saliann Scarpulla issued a temporary restraining order barring the defendants from launching, promoting or marketing Vigme, which Potik claims is nearly identical to his online shopping company, Spotted Friend. As quoted in Page Six, David explained, “The Lohans’ egregious theft of the design, layout and functionality of Spotted Friend’s app [was] in blatant violation of their contractual and fiduciary duties. This significant victory helps ensure that the Lohans will not profit from their illegal conduct at Spotted Friend’s expense.” 

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