Google’s Forum-Selection Clause Upheld Again–Rudgayzer v. Google

24 11 2013

Over the years, Google has defended its standardized agreements numerous times in court. As with its litigation portfolio generally, Google has had an excellent success rate in these cases. Recently, another court upheld Google’s member agreement–not a surprising outcome, but still worth a brief note.

This case is part of the detritus of Google Buzz. Plaintiffs sued Google in New York for ECPA violations associated with Buzz. Google invoked its forum selection clause to shift the case to California, which reads:

Case Citation: Rudgayzer v. Google, Inc., 2013 WL 6057988 (E.D.N.Y. Nov. 15, 2013). The complaint.


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