Parties Stipulate to a Transfer in Global Interactive Media’s Broadcast Listing Campaign

June 5, 2017

Not long after the Supreme Court’s TC Heartland decision came down, Global Interactive Media, Inc. (GIM) and AMC Networks filed a joint stipulation to transfer a case between them from the Northern District of Illinois to the Southern District of New York (1:17-cv-04326). AMC has not yet filed an answer to the complaint GIM filed against it in February 2017, and according to a June 1st filing, the parties are “presently discussing a possible resolution” of the action. AMC is one of only three currently active defendants in GIM’s sole litigation campaign, which was launched in December 2014 and targets audio/video programming providers’ online broadcast listings.

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