Overstock.com Inc. v. Visocky

Overstock.com sued several individuals and websites for reproducing its online content in order to entice Overstock customers to unwittingly enter their personal or financial information on the defendants’ websites. After no defendant appeared at a default judgment hearing, the court entered default judgment against almost all of the individual defendants, but found that Overstock failed to state a claim against websites, i.e. domain names sued as the individuals’ alter egos.

Overstock.com Inc. v. Visocky, No. 1:17cv1331, Oct. 17, 2018. EDVA at Alexandria (Brinkema).

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