Northern California Recorder
March 7, 2019
According to USA Today, comedian Jerry Seinfeld was recently sued by a company over claims that the 1958 Porsche purchased at an auction from his collection was a counterfeit; in response, Seinfeld filed a counterclaim on Feb. 25, stating that European Collectibles of Costa Mesa sold him the vehicle first and sold it to him as an authentic Porsche.
Brian Kabateck of Kabateck LLP, former president of Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC) and current president of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, commented on the situation and the unique nature of the case. To read more, click here.