This is the Court Decision finding in favor of the defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment in the Habush Habush & Rottier vs. Cannon & Dunphy "Invasion of Privacy" lawsuit.
The case involves internet-based marketing issues called PPC, pay-per-click, digital marketing, Google AdWords, or online marketing.
In this case, the Court determined as a matter of law that the defendants' bidding on the names in the plaintiff law firm was not unethical or unreasonable.
This is the official, full-color pdf of the Court Decision.
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Published In: Constitutional Law Updates, Firm Marketing Updates, Personal Injury Updates, Privacy Updates
Reference Info:Decision | State, 7th Circuit, Wisconsin | United States
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