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Canadian Government Suspends Implementation of Private Right of Action Under CASL

Our previous alert regarding changes to Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (“CASL”) previewed two important changes that were to come into effect as of July 1, 2017...more

Privacy Alert: Government of Canada Suspends CASL's Private Right of Action Provisions

by Field Law on

By Order in Council dated June 7, 2017, the federal government suspended the coming into force of the private right of action provisions under Canada’s Anti-Spam legislation (CASL), “in response to broad-based concerns raised...more

Anti-Spam Legislation’s Private Right of Action Suspended

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In a news release on June 7, the Government announced that it was suspending the implementation of the “private right of action” provisions in Canada’s anti-spam legislation (CASL), in response to broad-based concerns raised...more

Senate Subcommittee Holds Hearing On Cross-Border Data Warrants

by King & Spalding on

On May 24, 2017, the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism held a hearing on issues related to warrants for data stored abroad by U.S. entities and possible reforms of the Electronic Communications...more

May 2017: Asia-Pacific Litigation Update

Japan Litigation Update—Libel Case Defines Privacy Rights as to Internet Search Engines. The Japanese Supreme Court issued a decision regarding privacy that also has implications for third-party internet sites that contain...more

McDonald's Beats Graffiti Copyright Claims in California, But Faces New Threat over New York Street Art

by Sullivan & Worcester on

McDonald’s recently prevailed on personal jurisdiction grounds in a closely-watched case in California about the use of street art as décor for restaurants in the United Kingdom, but the issue has quickly arisen again. As...more

Is Google Incs Australian subsidiary a "publisher" for the purposes of a defamation claim - Mr Defteros claimed damages for...

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The alleged defamatory matter - Mr Defteros claimed damages for defamation against both Google Inc and its Australian subsidiary, Google Australia Pty Limited about the alleged publication of search result pages by...more

MoFo IP Newsletter - April 2017

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Supreme Court Restricts the Extraterritorial Reach of U.S. Patent Law for Exported Goods - On February 22, 2017, the Supreme Court in a landmark decision held that the supply of a single component of a multicomponent...more

Supreme Court of Canada to address jurisdiction issues in online defamation case - Leave granted in Goldhar v. Haaretz.com

by Dentons on

On March 9, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) granted leave in Goldhar v. Haaretz.com1. This case is important because the SCC will address three key issues relating to the assumption of jurisdiction by Canadian courts,...more

Defamation and Data Protection: A Twin-Barrelled Approach to Claims Against Publishers

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In the recent case of Prince Moulay Hicham v Elaph Publishing Limited, the Court of Appeal held in a unanimous decision that a claimant could include an action under the UK Data Protection Act 1998 (‘DPA’) as an alternative...more

Curiouser and Curiouser: Copyrights and Trademark Rights are Not Perfect Reflections

by Knobbe Martens on

Much like the world of Underland created in Lewis Carroll’s book Alice Through the Looking Glass, the blurring between copyright and trademark rights can create a topsy-turvy universe....more

Defamation and data protection claims can be brought in parallel

by White & Case LLP on

The English Court of Appeal has confirmed in a recent case that data protection claims may be brought hand-in-hand with defamation claims. The case provides a reminder to businesses that the use of data protection as a weapon...more

Judge gives .AFRICA the green light to proceed

by Hogan Lovells on

As previously reported here, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has been sued by the disgruntled new generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) applicant, DotConnectAfrica, in order to prevent the delegation...more

Hyperlinking in Hamburg and Prague: How national courts apply GS Media

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On 8 September 2016, the European Court of Justice (CJEU) handed down judgment C-160/15 on the means of hyperlinking which caught quite some attention. It has become known as the GS Media decision. In essence, this CJEU...more

Socially Aware: The Social Media Law Update Volume 8, Issue 1

The Decline and Fall of the Section 230 Safe Harbor? - 2016 was a tough year for a lot of reasons, most of which are outside the scope of this blog (though if you’d like to hear our thoughts about Bowie, Prince or...more

Borderline products: Marketing food supplements in the UK following the glucosamine case

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In late December 2016, the Supreme Court rejected the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency's (MHRA) application for permission to appeal against the decision of the Court of Appeal in R. (on the application of...more

Second Circuit Denies En Banc Rehearing of Stored Communications Act Decision in Microsoft Case

Last summer, in a closely watched decision, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit quashed a warrant issued to Microsoft seeking a customer’s electronic communications that the company had elected to store...more

Second Circuit Denies En Banc Rehearing in Microsoft Email Case

On January 24, 2017, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit denied the Department of Justice’s request for an en banc rehearing in In the Matter of a Warrant to Search a Certain Email Account Controlled and...more

#servicebysocialmedia — Federal Courts Allow Use of Social Media to Serve Foreign Defendants

by Cozen O'Connor on

In the recent decision of St. Francis Assisi v. Kuwait Finance House, et al., Case No. 3:16-cv-3240-LB (N.D. Ca. September 30, 2016), the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California allowed a plaintiff to...more

Foreign Officials, Defamation Claims and the DC anti-SLAPP Statute

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First was the lawsuit filed by Yasser Abbas, the son of the Palestinian President, against Foreign Policy Group and one of its reporters, alleging that they defamed him by asking whether he was profiting from his father’s...more

It’s a Game Winning Shot but Far from a Slam Dunk: Michael Jordan Obtains Partial Victory in Chinese Courts over Use of His Name

by Knobbe Martens on

In December 2016, China’s Supreme Court held that a Chinese manufacturer named Qiaodan Sports Company, could not continue to produce athletic shoes, clothing and gear bearing the trademark (see article), which is the Chinese...more

EU court strikes down security legislation over privacy concerns

by Dorsey & Whitney LLP on

A recent decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union (“ECJ”) imposes restrictions on the use by member states’ law enforcement and national security agencies of telecommunication traffic and location records as...more

Annulment of International Arbitral Award: the French Conseil d’Etat Makes First Foray into the Fiefdom of the Civil Cassation...

by Reed Smith on

On 9 November 2016 and for the first time, the French State Council (Conseil d’Etat) set aside an international arbitral award. The award related to a public contract performed in France. The award was partially set aside on...more

Why Chinese Companies Need to Exercise Caution When Attending Trade Shows in the United States

by Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP on

Over the past two years, owners of U.S. patents have used Chinese companies' appearances at a trade show as a patent infringement "trap." These patent owners have commenced patent infringement cases against Chinese companies...more

Michael Jordan’s Great Win in China—or Is It?

On December 8, 2016, Beijing time, the China Supreme People’s Court issued a public decision granting Michael Jordan a win in his four-year battle over the right to own his name in Chinese characters. But the win was not a...more

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