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Per Kenneth White, blogger at Popehat.com: http://www.popehat.com/2013/04/19/victory-for-blogger-patterico-in-free-speech-case/ :
"Patrick Frey, also known as Patterico, has been living under the cloud of a frivolous,...more
In his Renewed Motion to Dismiss (“the Motion”), Mr. Frey established that the
First Amended Complaint (“FAC”) fails utterly, as did its predecessor, to meet the
standards required to sustain a lawsuit under Fed. R. Civ. P....more
In 2008, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) was amended, broadening the surveillance powers of the federal government with respect to communications outside of the United States. In Clapper v. Amnesty...more
In This Issue:
- The Definition of “Supervisor” Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
- Who Owns Your Twitter Account?
- Excerpt from Who Owns Your Twitter Account?
Do you have a Twitter...more
From the Introduction:
This is a motion to dismiss Plaintiff’s First Amended Complaint (“FAC”). In moving to dismiss the first Complaint filed in this action, defendant John Patrick Frey (and former defendant Christi Frey)...more
Per Ken White at Popehat (http://www.popehat.com/2012/12/10/update-on-defense-of-patterico/):
"In early October I announced that I would be joining Ron Coleman in a pro bono defense of Patrick Frey of Patterico's...more
Two recent employment discrimination cases, though differing in their outcomes, make it clear to litigants that information posted on social networking sites (“SNS”) is fair game.
Well, your company is certainly not intending for it to be a sexual holiday party. But, truth be told, it wouldn’t be the first story of an off-site end-of-the-year holiday shindig (with complimentary alcohol) that got a bit...more
Plaintiff operates a website called Community College Review. It received multiple cease and desist letters, which escalated in the severity of their threats, from counsel for certain institutions about which routine,...more
In the wake of a federal district court in Massachusetts rejecting arguments by Netflix that its “Watch Instantly” streaming website is not a “place of public accommodation” under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a...more
On June 19, the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts ruled that Netflix’s “Watch Instantly” on-demand movie and television streaming service is a “place of public accommodation” subject to the Americans with...more
A federal district court in Massachusetts has rejected arguments by Netflix that its “Watch Instantly” streaming website is not a “place of public accommodation” under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), and...more
A California court recently ruled that a lawsuit in which a group representing deaf citizens contended that CNN must provide captioning for videos uploaded to its website may proceed. The group, The Greater Los Angeles...more
Employers are heralding the U.S. Supreme Court's decision this week in Wal Mart Stores, Inc. v. Dukes, 564 U.S. __, No. 10-277 (June 20, 2011), which decertified a class of 1.5 million current and former Wal-Mart employees....more
SUPER INJUNCTIONS, TWITTER, THE PERCEIVED IMPOTENCE OF THE ENGLISH COURTS IN THE U.S. AND SCOTLAND, CRISES IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL SETTLEMENT..... Every day sees a new twist in the ongoing media driven frenzy. For once, this...more
The 11th Circuit certified the following question to the Florida Supreme Court: "Does posting allegedly defamatory stories and comments about a company with its principal place of business in Florida on a non-commercial...more
This was a civil rights case where a photographer who was detained for photographing power lines near a power-station brought claims based on her detention and arrest. Defendants moved for summary judgment based on qualified...more
This was a civil rights case where a photographer who was detained for photographing power lines near a power-station brought claims based on her detention and arrest. Defendants moved for summary judgment on the issue of...more
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