Tinder gets sexual misconduct claims cut in $ 5 billion founders’ lawsuit


Law360, New York (July 14, 2021, 10:12 p.m. EDT) – A New York state judge on Wednesday classified allegations of a corrupt sexual misconduct investigation of a former Tinder CEO as weak and damaging to the problem central in a $ 5.6 billion contract lawsuit brought by the founders of the company who claim their ownership shares were gutted through the company.

While being careful to note the seriousness of the sexual assaults and cover-up allegations made by former Tinder Marketing Director Rosette Pambakian against then-Match CEO Gregory Blatt, Supreme Court Justice of the United Kingdom. New York State Joel M. Cohen decided to exclude them from the scheduled jury trial because it was threadbare and unrelated to the central undervaluation and merger regimes.

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