Zillow could be in for a whopper of a bill in the two-year-old litigation between the company and its biggest rival, realtor.com operator Move Inc. “The scope of this case — and damages claim — is staggering,” attorneys for Zillow, Samuelson and Beardsley said in a legal filing publicly released today.
- Move and the National Association of Realtors claim Zillow and two of its execs are liable for $2 billion in damages.
- That figure may take into account Zillow's alleged foiling of a merger between Move and Trulia and of Move's real estate platform strategy.
- Zillow's attorneys claim the trade secrets claimed by Move and NAR in the suit are overly "broad" and based on information that has already been publicly disclosed.
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