Global Holdings, Inc. vs. Investorshub.com and Does 1-20,
inclusive (November, 2014)
a/k/a Element Global, Inc.
United States District Court, Southern District of California
Case No. 1:14-CV-02780-BTM-JMA
Summary: Global Holdings sued iHub and multiple anonymous posters for "Intentional
Interference with Prospective Economic Advantage" and "Intentional Interference
with Contractual Relations."
Outcome: Case Dismissed Global Holdings filed a voluntary Notice of Dismissal
Although these plaintiffs managed to issue multiple rhetoric-filled press releases
pertaining to their lawsuit, the complaint itself was never served and was withdrawn
66 days after being filed. The following week, Global Holdings issued this press
release announcing the dismissal of their lawsuit and down-playing their
On 08/06/2015 Global Holdings, Inc. renamed itself Element Global, Inc. Several
days later these slow-learning morons commenced a repeat performance of their prior nonsensical antics,
issuing a half-witted press release via Rich Kaiser of Yes International attacking their
internet critics and including numerous false and defamatory statements about iHub and its
parent company. This is not the first time such contemptible tactics, often designed to
shift investor attention elsewhere, have been used by controversial companies. As was the case last time,
such folly only serves to invoke what is commonly referred
to as the Streisand Effect.