Jeffrey Marder have had quite enough of trainers who were breaking on his premises to hunt rare Pokemon. American is entering the judicial path with Niantic, Nintendo, and the Pokemon Company.
Prosecutor states that the authors of the game put PokeStops and gyms in the area of private property or in public places. Let's agree that in churches or museums it is simply not proper to hunt Charizard. Of course, it is not difficult to guess that the authors have not received consent from any of the owners of such places.
The author of lawsuit complained also for Pokemon trainers who come to his house and ask if they could catch a pokemon in his yard. Some are not so cultured and do it without permission. Jefrey Marder is fed up with the situation, and the lawsuit seems to be the ultimate, but also the only possible solution to this problem. Below you can read the contents of the document: