Pittsburgh personal injury law firm Friday & Cox is embroiled in a lawsuit with online legal marketing company FindLaw in which the firm alleges it was duped into paying nearly $300,000 for an “optimized” website and Facebook page that turned out to be anything but.

On Aug. 16, a federal judge granted FindLaw’s request to transfer the lawsuit from the Western District of Pennsylvania to the District of Minnesota based on the forum-selection clause in a series of contracts entered into by the parties.

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