The live365 streaming app is available on Android, iOS, and Apple TV, and it’s been a huge success for the service.
The app lets you watch live broadcasts of sports, concerts, news, and more.
The service has been a hit, with more than 4.5 million users watching live events on their devices.
However, many of these live broadcasts are now restricted to only those who are authorized to stream live events via live365.com, which is a private company.
Live365 has been getting hit with lawsuits over the years, and now the company is filing a lawsuit against one of its users, former Live365 employee James Lassiter.
Lassiter, who is now an attorney at the law firm of Lassman & Strain, says Live365 was the first app to allow live streaming in the United States.
Live 365 was first launched in October, 2017, and the company was supposed to be a place to stream your favorite sporting events.
However, Lass, who worked at Live365 before joining the firm, says the company didn’t do enough to make sure that people had access to live broadcasts.
Lass says that Live365 did not make sure people were allowed to stream their events.
Lasses claims that Live 365 did not even allow people to download live streams of events for free.
Lasses lawsuit says Live 365 should have included a “no-fault” policy, which would have allowed users to claim that they did not get access to events due to the company not having enough staff to handle all the requests.
Lissers lawsuit also claims that the company did not properly train its staff to do the job.LASSER’S JURY STATEMENT: I have been the victim of a false allegation against me by Live365 employees, including James Lasses, and they have taken it upon themselves to bring this lawsuit in hopes that they can get their money back.
They are attempting to do so by filing a false and malicious charge against me.
This false and false allegation has been made on the basis of a baseless and defamatory statement that has no basis in fact.
The allegations are entirely false.
I am looking forward to vindicating my rights as a citizen and American, and hope that I can get my money back from Live365 in the amount of approximately $150,000.
This lawsuit is a waste of my time, effort, and money, and I will pursue it through all legal channels available to me.
Lissers lawyer, Robert A. Lasser, filed the lawsuit on behalf of Lasses family, including his wife, daughters, mother, sister, and brother.
LASSER ISSUES SUBCONTRACT FOR THE JURIES: The defendants have filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia charging that Lasser has made false and defaming allegations against Live365 and the defendants.
The complaint seeks to recover damages and attorney fees from Live 365 for the loss of revenue that Lasses has suffered because of the defamations, and for the injury of his reputation and livelihood as a Live365 subscriber.
The defendants also contend that Live 360 violated federal laws regarding unfair competition, and also that Live360 engaged in deceptive conduct in promoting the service in violation of federal and state law.
Live360 is currently under a court order to cease and desist from disseminating defamable information to consumers, including Lassers wife and daughters, and his mother and sister.
LESSONS FROM LASSERS LAWYER: Live365, the parent company of Live365.tv, has acknowledged that it violated federal law and has agreed to settle the matter with Lass’ family.
Live 360 will pay Lass $150 million, which will include an award of attorneys’ fees, to resolve the matter.
Live 364 has also agreed to stop promoting the Live365 service.
Live’s management and employees have been disciplined and will not be permitted to participate in future Live365 events.
The settlement agreement requires Live365 to cease marketing the Live 365 service to consumers and will require Live365 affiliates to cease offering Live365 services to consumers.
LASTRERS CLAIM: I am suing Live365 on behalf a former Live 365 employee, James L. L. Sam, in the District Court of the District and Federal Courts in the State of Maryland for alleged defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress arising out of his employment at Live 365.
Sam has not responded to my requests for comment.
Sam was fired from Live 360 in late September, 2017.
Lasse is currently represented by Lasser’s firm, Lasser & ; Strain.LASTRER HAS SUSPENDED A LOT OF PEOPLE FOR FRAUDULENT ACCESS TO LIVE 365: Live 365 has a history of false claims and false allegations that have resulted in lawsuits against them.