News reports suggest that some broadband data subscribers may not be getting their money’s worth.
Jan 9, 2013 By: Daniel Garrie
This series of blog posts will address the increasingly common cross-border litigation and how the response to electronic discovery (“e-discovery”) differs among civil and common law jurisdictions.
The “First Sale Doctrine” provides rights of use and control to legitimate purchasers of copyright protected materials. The two pending cases pose a significant potential threat to these rights.
Jan 4, 2013 By: Will Ashenmacher
A garage is facing a lawsuit from Warner Bros., owners of DC Comics, the creators of “Batman” over its producing replicas from the 1960s Batman TV show.
Dec 28, 2012 By: Will Ashenmacher
Several grape-growers are suing over patents held by the California Table Grape Commission over two variety of grapes that, according to the plaintiffs, were in the public arena for over a year and are thus outside the scope of patent protection.
In light of a recent U.S. district court ruling that Internet users have no reasonable expectation of privacy in their IP addresses, individuals should assume that a substantial portion of their online activities are subject to monitoring by law enforcement.