On 30 July 2015, the ICO published updated guidance on the crime and taxation exemption provided for by section 29 of the Data Protection Act 1998
On June 23, 2015, the Southern District of California agreed to let social media company Hanginout, Inc. voluntarily dismiss its trademark suit
Last week the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey dismissed, with prejudice, class action claims against Google and Viacom
On Tuesday, Jan.20, New Jersey Federal District Judge Stanley R. Chesler dismissed with prejudice the last remaining allegations in a multidistrict
On 22 March 2011, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York denied its approval of a proposed settlement in the class action proceedings regarding Google’s digital library project.
Judge St. Eve granted in part plaintiff Civix-DDI's ("Civix") motion to strike defendants' (collectively "Hotels.com") allegedly "new defenses and witnesses" in this patent case.
Google Judge Manuel Real of the Central District of California.
The California Supreme Court's recent decision in Reid v. Google, Inc. underscores an employer's need to take reasonable steps to eliminate all inappropriate comments from the workplace at every level of the organization.
Although nearly three months have passed since Judge Lee granted Google's motion for summary judgment and dismissed Rosetta Stone's trademark infringement suit against the search engine, the parties still await Judge Lee's accompanying Memorandum Order.
There has been a lot to do about the use of keywords in search engines on the Internet.