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States Embrace Electronic Discovery
If you were under the misguided impression that attorneys and their litigant clients only need to deal expressly with electronic discovery in federal court, you need to wake up and smell the e-discovery coffee.
United States
29 Sep 2009
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E-Discovery: Who Pays The Freight?
As litigants are coming to appreciate, electronic discovery is expensive, and indeed so much so, that at times it can be the dog wagging the tail in driving financial decisions when determining the value of a case from a resolution standpoint.
United States
13 Aug 2009
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Perspective: Dude, What Happened To My PC?
You may have heard how important it is to preserve evidence related to a legal proceeding. Failing to do so can cost you serious amounts of money and might trigger serious evidentiary sanctions that essentially could gut your legal case.
United States
7 Dec 2007
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Perspective: Others Post, You Get Sued
The stakes are enormous. The question is serious. Under what circumstances will the law hold interactive computer services liable for content posted by others on their sites?
United States
31 Oct 2007
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Barbie Comes Out Swinging
It is not a good idea to offend Barbie. Case in point--Mattel has sued a company called Global China Networks for infringing on the Barbie trademark. The dispute stems from GCN's use of the domain name ChinaBarbie.com, a pornographic Web site.
United States
30 Aug 2007
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Perspective: Trademark Disputes A Go-Go
There was a time when it seemed that powerful trademark holders generally prevailed when they sought the transfer of Internet domain names that contained their trademarks.
United States
14 Mar 2007
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Perspective: Big Names May Not Prevail In Domain Disputes
There was a time when it seemed that powerful trademark holders generally prevailed when they sought the transfer of Internet domain names that contained their trademarks.
United States
23 Feb 2007
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Perspective: BlackBerry Dispute May Keep Going and Going and...
Unless you've been living on a remote island, you must be aware that Research In Motion has been grappling with a patent infringement lawsuit filed by NTP over RIM's BlackBerry service.
United States
21 Feb 2006
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