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Ja Rule: Social Media Posts Do Not Create Liability for Failed “Fyre Festival”

USA - September 12 2018 Last week, Jeffrey Atkins (better known as Ja Rule) asked Judge Castel to dismiss claims against him stemming from the “Fyre Festival,” a 2017 music...


Airbnb Challenges NYC’s Homesharing Monitoring Law

USA - August 29 2018 Last week, Airbnb filed a complaint challenging the city’s new ordinance requiring homesharing platforms to share data about hosts and guests to the...


Judge Stanton grants preliminary injunction against creator of “grand theft Auto V” cheat software

USA - August 21 2018 In an opinion last week, Judge Stanton granted video game manufacturer Take-Two’s request for an injunction against the creator of two software...


Judge Daniels Narrows Trademark Case Against Company Offering “Frozen Themed” Costumed Characters for Children’s Parties

USA - August 15 2018 Last week, Judge Daniels granted in large part a summary judgment motion that Characters For Hire, a company that provides costumed characters for...


Judge Daniels Dismisses Case Against Fox News Over Alleged Conspiracy Theories for DNC Staffer’s Death

USA - August 3 2018 Yesterday, Judge Daniels dismissed a complaint filed by the family of murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich against Fox News, which alleged that Fox News...