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There is extensive biblical case law regarding competition between Jewish businesses, which is largely designed to protect small towns from economic civil war.Jewish law, for instance, might forbid an enterprising jew from opening up a new matzah-making shop across the street from a fellow Jewish baker, because the first baker with the existing establishment could claim “You are destroying my livelihood” (as explained by the traditional Jewish text).So, why go after Jswipe, specifically, and not the entire online dating scene?
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Jcrush, Jwed, Jzoog are just a few of the Jewish dating apps on the market.
And, it’s not just dating apps; there’s also the now defunct JVibe, a teeny-bop magazine for pubescent chosen people, which was established way back in 2004.
So, Jdate’s lawyers probably don’t have the matzah balls to actually file lawsuit against a well-funded dating site, such as Tinder or Okcupid, with an army of lawyers at their disposal.
But, going after smaller startups, like Jswipe, is much easier, especially if a tiny company has to concede the case for purely financial reasons.
All the more so that we should encourage competition if the aggregate number of matches increases,” concludes Yaffe.
In other words, the existence of Jswipe (and other Jewish dating startups that use similar technology) increases the number of Jewish couples, which means more Jewish babies.
Jswipe Founder David Yarus confidentially confessed his legal troubles to me when we first met in Eden, Utah for a weekend gathering hosted by the convening group, Summit.
Yarus is also forbidden from talking details, but sources close the case tell me that Jdate low-balled an acquisition offer that wouldn’t even pay for a high-priced Bat Mitzvah party, so Jswipe fought the lawsuit rather than sell.“It is not unheard of to threaten some sort of IP litigation to “coerce” a company to come to the table for an acquisition”, explains intellectual property lawyer and candidate for California Senate, Christina Gagnier, “this could be considered an aggressive or unseemly strategy, but it is utilized.”While Jdate may have a tight legal case, the court of public Jewish opinion might be trickier.