NDI is also accusing BMW North America of interfering with a prospective economic advantage, violation of California’s Anti-Competition Act, Business and Professions Code Section 17200 and violation of Business and Professions Code Section 16727 in which a business’s actions lessen competition and create a monopoly on a trade or line of commerce.
Nicolosi is asking for damages of $75,000 for the first and second claim, exemplary damages from Federal Court, injunctive relief from the third and fourth claims, attorneys fees, other relief from the Business and Professions Code violations, court costs and other relief as judged by the court.
On April 20 BMW filed a second motion for judgment on the pleadings; the company had filed one in February of 2011 which was dismissed.
US District Judge Susan Illston again denied BMW's motion for judgment on the pleadings.
The full text of the motion can be seen HERE.
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