A non-party must be sufficiently “legally identified” with the an enjoined party to be enjoined for conduct other than abetting a new violation
HBO's hit series Ballers came under attack in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California by a copyright infringement claim filed
Making public statements that could be seen as defamatory, especially when made against a company’s trade-mark or brand, is a very serious matter
District court dismisses copyright infringement claim against creators of Fox’s television show “Empire,” finding no substantial similarity between
The Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal brought by the main UK internet access ISPs against an order obtained by Cartier forcing the ISPs to
Last week, the 9th Circuit affirmed the district court's decision in Luvdarts, LLC, et al. v. AT&T Mobility, LLC, et al., dismissing with prejudice
Plaintiff sued defendant for patent infringement for direct and indirect infringement for the commercial sale andor use of the defendant's asset tracking solutions product.
South Park Digital Studios, Comedy Partners, MTV Networks, Paramount Home Entertainment Inc., and Viacom International Inc. have successfully defended themselves against federal claims of copyright infringement related to an April 2, 2008, episode of the popular Comedy Central television program South Park.
Adult entertainment company Perfect 10, Inc. sued an online file storage company for copyright and trademark infringement after users uploaded certain Perfect 10 content to the defendant’s service without authorization.
A federal district court in Illinois in CustomGuide v. CareerBuilder, LLC ruled that lost sales resulting from an unauthorized access to a computer system, but unrelated to any interruption in the system’s services, do not constitute a compensable “loss” within the meaning of the CFAA.