FORT LAUDERDALE, FL — (07-16-21) — Founder and CEO of Flava Works, Phillip Bleicher, opened up exclusively to JRL CHARTS over Miami federal Judge Joan Lenard ordering the seizure and sale of the Intellectual Property of the gay erotica studio Flava Works on Thursday.
This stems from a long and protracted legal battle that dates back to 2014 with mega dating platform Adam4Adam over copyright infringement. The mega platform is represented by John F. Bradley, Esq. of Bradley Legal Works, P.A.. The original suit was initiated by Flava Works and owner Phillip Bleicher in 2014.
“We have an appeal to this action being filed and will vigorously fight this and have it overturned,” Phillip Bleicher told JRL CHARTS.
Judge Joan Lenard also ordered Flava Works to pay the attorney fees for Adam4Adam out of the proceeds of the sale of assets to Bradley Legal Works, P.A..
This action follows U.S. Magistrate Judge Jonathan Goodman filing on Wednesday where he stated that Phillip Bleicher had “shown extreme disregard for the court’s orders,”.
Judge Goodman also states that “the order initially awarding fees was entered more than two years ago,” Bleicher had “spent the past two years claiming to be in search of counsel, attempting to re-litigate previously-decided issues and ignoring court orders and deadlines.” wrote Judge Goodman in his filing on Wednesday.
Judge Goodman further stated that “at the time of this report and recommendations, Plaintiff Phillip Bleicher is currently unrepresented. This, however, is a result of the Plaintiff’s own actions. Since first filing a complaint on August 29, 2014, Plaintiff has retained no fewer than six different attorneys. This is despite the fact the Complaint was voluntarily dismissed on January 21, 2015.” wrote Judge Goodman.
Goodman continued…“Even when Plaintiff has had counsel, he has requested numerous extensions, missed multiple deadlines, and continued to re-litigate — in this Court — previously resolved issues.”
According to Goodman, plaintiff (Phillip Bleicher), had been required to obtain counsel by May 4, 2021 and file a response to defendant Adam4Adam’s motion by May 18, 2021.
“He has done neither,” continued Judge Goodman. “Defendants’ motion was filed on December 8, 2020 and, in more than six months, Plaintiff has failed to provide any response to the legal or factual merits of Defendants’ motion.” wrote Goodman.
We will continue to follow this case and bring you developments as they become available.
Article by: Keith Witchka, Staff Writer
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