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Couple Fighting Back Against Bullying HOA and Attorneys That Tried to Squash Freedom of Speech

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Back in 2009 News13, brought viewers a story about two property owners in the Stillwater lake community being sued for trademark infringement. Now they've won part of the legal battle and are suing back.

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"They were suing me for trademark infringement but that was really just a façade," said Mike Glassic, A property Owner in the Stillwater Lake Community.

As a resident of Stillwater lakes, Glassic believes the suit came as a result of his website Stillwaterlakes.com addressing issues in the community, and asking the neighborhood association questions about how property owners dues were being spent.

"I was filing complaints with the FBI, the attorney general, and I was digging up situations in our association," added Glassic.

The couple is in the process of getting money together through their go fund me page for a lawyer to continue the case.

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You can view their website here. http://youngandharos.com/

Disclaimer: youngandharos.com is classified as a non-commercial, non-profit property owner advocacy site, which is permissible via the First Amendment to the US Constitution; specifically, the freedom of speech/expression.  This site is neither owned, operated, or endorsed by the law firm of Young & Haros LLP (YAH). This website was created because YAH was not bright enough to purchase the domain name youngandharos.com when they were filing a frivolous trademark complaint about the domain name stillwaterlakes.com and .net. The information herein is true and accurate to the best of the authors' knowledge, and should not be a substitute for legal advice. Information herein is the views of the authors individually and do not reflect the views of YAH .

Mike Glassic

Source: Stillwater Lakes Community Activist
Filed Under: Legal

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