Match.com Shakes Stabbing Victim's Suit Over Violent Match

Law360, New York (March 13, 2017, 7:33 PM EDT) -- A Nevada federal judge held Friday that a suit brought by a woman attacked by a fellow Match.com user fares no better on remand from the Ninth Circuit, saying she didn’t establish that the dating site had a duty to warn her that the man was dangerous.

In September, the three-judge panel affirmed the dismissal of all but one of the claims brought by Mary Kay Beckman, who was brutally stabbed by Wade Mitchell Ridley in early 2011 after she stopped seeing him following a handful of dates, giving her another chance at her failure-to-warn allegation under Nevada state law....

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