WhiteHat Jr’s founder submits $2.6 M libel match against critic

Karan Bajaj, an Indian business owner who teaches meditation and in a current book guides others on how to avoid sound, is pursuing one of the most singing critic of his start-up.

Bajaj, creator of coding platform concentrated on kids WhiteHat Jr, has in fact submitted a libel case versus Pradeep Poonia, an engineer who has in fact openly knocked the company for its marketing techniques, the quality of the courses on the platform, and aggressive takedown of such criticism.

In the fit– in which Bajaj is looking for $2.6 million in damages– Poonia has actually been linked of infringing trademarks and copyright of industrial or domestic residential or commercial properties owned by WhiteHat Jr, libeling and spreading out deceptive information about the start-up and its founder, and accessing the business’s private interactions app.

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