DoNotPay against traditional law firm in court

In Case of ‘Real Lawyers Against A Robot Lawyer,’ Federal Court Dismisses Law Firm’s Suit Against DoNotPay for Unauthorized Law Practice.

In what it described as a case pitting “real lawyers against a robot lawyer,” a federal court in Illinois has dismissed a law firm’s suit against the self-help legal service DoNotPay.

In March, the Illinois law firm, MillerKing brought the putative class action against DoNotPay on behalf of “all law firms in the United States,” alleging false association and false advertising under the federal Lanham Act and Illinois state law.

The firm based its lawsuit on DoNotPay’s claims that it allows consumers to “[f]ight corporations, beat bureaucracy and sue anyone at the press of a button,” even though it is not licensed to practice law.

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