Jdate Sues Competitor Jewish Dating App For Making Use Of The Letter “J”

Jdate, the most popular relationship solution accountable for more Jewish hookups when compared to a container of Manischewitz, is playing hardball in the dog-eat-dog world of good Jewish match-making.

Jdate’s parent business, Spark Networks, discreetly filed a lawsuit year that is late last Jswipe, the ‘Tinder for Jews’ dating application, claiming intellectual home within the page “J” in the Jewish dating scene (the business relates to the branding since the “J-family”).

Furthermore, Jdate claims it has the patent on software that “confidentially determines matches and notifies users of shared matches in emotions and passions. Continue reading →