Class action lawsuits legal research guide – Part Two
Approximately three years ago webmaster and lead or representative plaintiff Eric Mitchell of StatedIncomeIsBack.com filed a federal class action lawsuit. The allegations were that a service outage affecting GoDaddy.com users DNS and web hosting services.
Here is a link to the revenge porn class action lawsuits against GoDaddy as the service provider.
This Saturday Evening Post is my advanced research on all GoDaddy litigation I have found as of this date. Here is a link to a very interesting United States District Court Request for a Temporary and Permanent Injunction in the public interest of decency.
GoDaddy.com Managed Word Press Hosting Class Action Lawsuit
A pre-certification class action lawsuit against GoDaddy for failed managed word press hosting backups is currently being researched by Paralegal LA. Any qualified GoDaddy managed word press web hosting class members please contact Dean@LegalNoodle.com for more class action lawsuit information.
Did your GoDaddy.com managed WordPress hosting back ups fail or did the database become corrupted or damaged beyond repair due to GoDaddy server issues? GoDaddy.com system failures were responsible for damaging an unknown amount of managed wp hosting.
Automatic Back-Ups Are Part of the Managed WordPress Contract
GoDaddy.com lost my entire LegalNoodle.com website on or about April 8, 2015 at around 7:00 a.m. Pacific Time. I was professionally and personally devastated. My contract litigation paralegal services incoming calls dropped off as GoDaddy.com’s murder of my paralegal website and blog was slowly re-indexed to nothing but a Google error message.
When LegalNoodle.com died I used my new advanced WordPress authoring skills to create a much more well organized website that you see here at ParalegalLosAngeles.com. Rebuilding my old Paralegal Los Angeles website with better categories and tags made this site easier to read and understand. My webmaster broached the idea of a class action lawsuit and I have posted two blogs and a page on class action lawsuits.