-3-information for “riotactcomedy.com” to transfer ownership of thedomain names to the LLC. Id. ¶¶ 58, 60.In March 2012, Xereas filed his complaint, and later, hefiled an eleven-count amended complaint which includes claims of unlawful conversion and an ACPA violation against all defendants,id., Counts IV, X; unjust enrichment claims against Dawson, Heissand the LLC, id., Count IX; and breach of contract, breach of theduty of good faith and fair dealing, fraudulent inducement,conspiracy to defraud, tortious interference, and defamationclaims against Dawson and Heiss, id., Counts V-VIII, XI.
Dawson, Heiss and the LLC moved to dismiss under Rule 12(b)(6)for failure to state a cause of action the unlawful conversion,breach of contract, fraudulent inducement, conspiracy to defraud,tortious interference, unjust enrichment, ACPA, and defamationclaims. Squiid moved to dismiss under Rule 12(b)(6) for failureto state a cause of action the unlawful conversion and ACPAclaims against Squiid.DISCUSSIONIn considering a motion to dismiss under Rule 12(b)(6) forfailure to state a claim, a court accepts well-pleaded factualallegations in the complaint as true and interprets themin thelight most favorable to the plaintiff. Howard Univ. v. Watkins,857 F. Supp. 2d 67, 71 (D.D.C. 2012) (citing Warren v. District
The amended complaint also includes common law and LanhamAct claims of trademark infringement and unfair competitionagainst Dawson, Heiss and the LLC. Am. Compl., Counts I-III.