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hiQ's preliminary injunction affirmed. A green light for data scraping or not?

USA - September 20 2019 As we have previously discussed, claims under the Computer Fraud and Abuses Act (CFAA) are commonly asserted as a means of protecting online data...

Erin Hanson, Hyosang (Mark) Kim.

Connected devices: Challenges for both technology providers and consumers

USA - May 27 2019 Privacy and the development of technology are competing interests that are sometimes in conflict. These considerations often present a challenging...

Serena Hsieh, Jason Bang.

Illinois Supreme Court Rules: “Aggrieved” Person Does Not Require Separate, “Actual” Injury for Biometric Information Privacy Act Claim

USA - February 13 2019 On January 25, 2019, the Supreme Court of Illinois held in Rosenbach v. Six Flags Entertainment Corp. that an "aggrieved" person entitled to seek...

Elle Davis.

Months after Berkheimer and Aatrix: Business as Usual

USA - August 28 2018 An early challenge to patent eligibility is a useful tool for any alleged infringer. Because of this, most alleged patent infringers, especially in...

Bijal Vakil, Cale Tolbert, Michael Anthony Jaoude.

Supreme Court's Lexmark Decision Exhausts Patents

USA - June 12 2017 On May 30, 2017, the United States Supreme Court reversed the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit's decision in Impression Products...

Bijal Vakil, George L. Paul, Shamita D. Etienne-Cummings.