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Stop the Music: $25 Million Verdict Intact Despite Party’s Intentional Spoliation of Evidence

by Zapproved Inc. on

The court entered final judgment, upholding the jury’s findings and denying the defendant’s motion for a new trial, finding that harsher sanctions for the plaintiff’s intentional spoliation of material evidence were not...more

Business Litigation Alert: "Deflategate and Litigation - Lessons for Businesses"

by Porter Hedges LLP on

Whether or not you’re a New England Patriots fan, the news about “Deflategate” seemed to be everywhere, along with opinions regarding the severity (or lack thereof) of the punishment. ...more

Hold the (cell) phone! NFL Lawsuit May Hinge on Spoliation

by Partridge Snow & Hahn LLP on

Across New England, armchair attorneys and quarterbacks alike are talking spoliation, discovery, and cell phones. With National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell’s announcement of his decision on New England...more

Penalty! The California Court of Appeal Calls Foul on the NCAA’s Attempt to Seal Records of the USC/Reggie Bush Investigation

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

In a significant victory for open court filings, the California Court of Appeal rejected an effort by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (“NCAA”) to seal 400 pages of documents in a dispute between the NCAA and a...more

Truth or Consequences: Sanctions Fly in Telenovela Copyright Infringement Case

The case of Latele Television v. Telemundo Communications Group might have been a simple factual dispute over copyright ownership, but instead it has devolved into a series of accusations — including allegations of willful...more

MBHB Snippets: Review of Developments in Intellectual Property Law - Volume 11, Issue 4 (Fall 2013)

In This Issue: The Blurred Lines of What Constitutes Copyright Infringement of Music: Robin Thicke v. Marvin Gaye’s Estate; Terminology in a Computer Readable Medium Claim —“Physical,” “Tangible,” or “Storage”— Can...more

Early Neutral Evaluation Gains Popularity

by Lawrence Kolin on

This article originally published in The Briefs magazine of the Orange County Bar Association in Orlando, Florida discusses the Alternative Dispute Resolution technique in litigation known as Early Neutral Evaluation (ENE)...more

IP LItigation Insider - June 2012

by Jackson Walker on

In This Issue: - Walking the Line - New Eastern District Model Order Seeks to Make E-Discovery More Bearable By: Matt Acosta The process of gathering, reviewing, and producing electronic documents has become one of...more

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