CHICAGO LAW BULLETIN - Dec 18 - Lawyers representing Match.com must respond to a complaint that it permitted an accused rapist to remain active on the dating site, resulting in the sexual assault of a Chicago woman in 2009. The victim filed a civil suit in 2011 alleging Match failed to remove Logan’s profile, monitor his use of the site, contact police or warn other customers about him. It also alleged that Match did not abide by the Illinois Dating Referral Services Act. Match had previously filed two motions to dismiss the suit, which Cook County Judge Moira Susan Johnson has rejected. Match has 28 days to respond to the complaint.
by Marc Karlin
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