Razorfish fires back
July 17, 2000 1:39 PM   Subscribe

Razorfish fires back and files their own lawsuit against IAM.com. Razorfish maintains that IAM.com is suing because they're out of money (they just laid off a quarter of their staff). Perhaps "funding-by-lawsuit" is a new sustainable business model?
posted by kaefer (4 comments total)
"...Razorfish claims that there are still five invoices outstanding, totaling $537,328.58..." Egads! Their rates rise as the quality of the work they deliver falls.
posted by brian at 7:14 PM on July 17, 2000

Why do I have a horrible, horrible feeling this is heading toward "'Did not!' 'Did too!' 'Did not!'" finger-pointing land...
No matter who did it, though, IAM's site's just fugly...and, yes, that "f" is intentional!

posted by metrocake at 9:58 PM on July 17, 2000

But if the client said it was fine then Razorfish have done their job. Only in America...
posted by iamcal at 1:10 AM on July 18, 2000

Funny, I looked at the iam.com site, and it seems to be functioning fine. Is this supposed to be a redesign that razorfish was taking care of? Because I don't see any reasons for non-payment, let alone a law suit.
posted by dgallo at 9:33 AM on July 18, 2000

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