• On September 26, 2012, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit vacated a Georgia district court’s grant of a preliminary injunction requiring Comcast to provide its directory assistance (DA) listing data to LSSi Data Corporation. LSSi had claimed that Comcast was discriminating against it in favor of Comcast’s agent, Targus. Specifically, LSSi now must access Comcast’s DA database through Targus rather than directly from Comcast as it had done previously. The court of appeals held that the LSSi failed to meet its burden of showing substantial likelihood of success on the merits as is required for injunctive relief. It concluded that at “this stage of the litigation, LSSi has not pointed to any other evidence [beyond the fact that Targus is Comcast’s agent] that suggests that Comcast’s directory publishing affiliate receives information from Targus on a preferred basis.” The court vacated the injunction and remanded the case to the trial court. LSSi Data Corp. v. Comcast Phone, LLC, No. 11-12221 (11th Cir.).