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First meeting with lawyers

Discussion in 'Legal' started by bossland, Aug 11, 2011.

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  1. cowabunga69

    cowabunga69 New Member

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    It is technically illegal to buy out a business with the intent to liquidate it in order to reduce competition under German Law.
     
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    by my opinion this brings more publicity to Buddy :D it is good , and i am sure that blizz hopes the same , since we pay the game like normal players , even more accounts :))) and we do a good service having an economy thru AH on wow... they like buddy to.
     
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    Is there anyway you can record when you go to court with blizzard? Just wanna see them walk out crying while 'I' level up archaeology in background mode :))
     
  4. Tony

    Tony "The Bee" Staff Member Moderator

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    noted,thx
     
  5. fukker

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    Bossland... show Blizzard who's the real BOSS. :)
     
  6. Beringtom

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    check your phone when your in the vitness stand, then just burst out, "DING! just reached 85! sry you where saying?" :D
     
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    HAHAHAHA YESSSS. Um, I second this.
     
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    vitness stand?
    is that like Sandvich?
     
  9. ubergoober

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    Yes
     
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    how long did it take for mmo-glider, from when they were sued to they were shut down?
     
  11. ubergoober

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    US court made em do it almost immediately before the ruling was set. In the USA Blizzard lost every part of the ruling except the DCMA ruling somehow because the glider was designed to circumvent Warden. This part is making me a little nervous, but then again I don't know German law. If Bossland was based out of the USA he'd be boned, I'm hoping being based in Germany they'll be fine.
     
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    God damn these people make Australians look like horrible actors.
     
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    Breach of Contract they say? I thought the contract was between the user/player and Blizzard? With that said no one is forcing us to use bots. Not like HB put a gun to my head and made me use it.
     
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    chinajade Well-Known Member Moderator Buddy Core Dev

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    Obviously, as you said, the charge won't be direct Breach of Contract.

    However, in some countries enabling/facilitating/encouraging Breach of Contract is also a substantive charge.

    cheers,
    chinajade
     
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    Frogster already won a case in Germany were they sued a forum for "Breach of contract". The forum told their users how to sell and buy gold and where they could buy a bot. The court also ruled that the contract between frogster and the players was legal. This seems to be almost the same as in this case.

    If you understand german the following site is interesting Frogster gewinnt Pr?zedenzfall gegen Internetforum f?r Gold- und Account-Selling .
     
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    Gogo Buddy Team!!!!!! You guys got this, :D
     
  17. beastlies

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    Inducing Breach of Contract looks interesting. you guys don't really advertise though so it is quite voluntary players using honorbuddy. the program itself does induce breach of TOS but that seems quite tenuous to sue over.

    good luck guys hb fighting!
     
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    To clarify this for international forum users, BGH stands for Bundesgerichtshof, which is the supreme court of Germany. It can take quite a while before a case reaches this court, as there are several layers of courts below it. :)
     
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    I just don't know.
     
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    You guys should make a list of arguments, just like you are doing in this thread but in an helpful way, to help their lawyers imo.
     
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