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Twitter Sued by Vendors for Unpaid Bills

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Author: CML News


Twitter is facing a proposed class action lawsuit from four of its vendors alleging the company has failed to pay tens of thousands of dollars in overdue bills for services provided last year.



  • Four vendors, White Coat Captioning, YES Consulting, Cancomm, and Dialogue México, have filed a proposed class action lawsuit against Twitter alleging unpaid bills ranging from around $40,000 to $140,000.
  • The lawsuit alleges that Twitter is in breach of their contracts for not paying for the services provided by the companies last year.
  • The lawsuit was filed in California Northern District Court, and it refers to the vendors suing Twitter as "small businesses without the resources, time, and money to litigate these claims on their own."
  • Twitter is facing other legal actions from landlords, business partners, and former employees claiming the company has failed to pay what they are owed since Elon Musk's takeover.
  • Shannon Liss-Riordan, who has filed four proposed class action lawsuits and hundreds of arbitration demands on behalf of laid-off Twitter employees, filed the lawsuit.
  • Twitter has moved to dismiss many of the lawsuits in court.
  • The vendors are seeking damages in the amount each company is allegedly owed by Twitter, as well as interest.

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