Litigation

 
 
  • Outraged Attorney Files Suit Against NFL

    Louisiana attorney Frank D’Amico Jr. has filed a lawsuit against the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell over a blown call that may have cost the New Orleans Saints the NFC championship and a slot in the Super...

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  • Big Tech’s “Platform Privilege” Violates the Sherman Act, Says Former AG

    There is a law on the books that could address many if not all of the problems of the digital era, according to Sally Hubbard, a former assistant attorney general in New York. It’s called the Sherman...

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  • SAFETY Act Decreases Private Sector Risk And Liability

    An often overlooked law passed in the wake of 9-11 can provide risk and liability protection for both end users and developer/sellers of anti-terrorism technology. Recent media coverage “has not adequately described the SAFETY Act or explained...

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  • Leveraging Data To Create a Narrative In Litigation

    Data forms the bulk of factual evidence contained in a narrative that makes sense of the events at issue in any litigation. Some of the data analytics that have proven useful in litigation are email threading, textual...

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  • Small Firms
    Big Penalty For Not Seeking a 502(d) Order

    The litigation between Qualcomm and Apple presents a case in point in respect to the price paid by parties who fail to seek a Rule 502(d) order. Apple attempted to clawback hundreds of documents inadvertently produced to...

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  • Villain In Docudrama Sues Netflix

    The 2015 docudrama titled Making a Murderer turned Netflix into the go-to channel for true crime programming and made Andrew Colborn, an officer in the Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, Sheriff’s Department, a villain in the eyes of millions...

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  • Dispute Trends In The Energy Sector

    Disputes in the energy sector continue to dominate international arbitration, both in terms of number of disputes and their value, but the locus of controversy varies with the market and a wide range of economic and political...

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  • Avoiding Pitfalls In Product “Influencer” Marketing

    Somewhere between a disinterested user opinion and an ad lies the uncertain domain of the “social media influencer.” This post from law firm Schiff Hardin discusses the parameters and answers what is becoming an important question for...

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  • “Noise,” AI, And The Black Box Of Legal Judgment

    A Nobel Prize winning psychologist and a noted legal scholar have teamed up to clarify the way legal judgments are made and how the process can be improved. Their research can be applied to any type of...

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  • Four Years After Alice, Software Patents Making a Comeback

    Following the Supreme Court’s 2014 Alice decision, many practitioners assumed it that any attempt to patent software would be so difficult and unpredictable that it was ...

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