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Court Recognizes Limitations on Relator’s Ability to Bring Multiple Suits in U.S. v. Cellco

A federal circuit court decision issued last week recognizes important limitations on a relator’s ability to bring multiple lawsuits against the same contractor or alleging related fraud. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the...more

Advertising Law - Mar 07, 2014

Site Allows Consumers to Stop Mobile Tracking - Don’t want to be tracked by retail stores while physically shopping? There’s a site for that. Retailers use tracking information to collect data about how shoppers...more

Net Neutrality Revisited in the Wake of the Court of Appeals' Decision in Verizon v. FCC

On January 14, 2014, the latest chapter of the net neutrality controversy closed when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia decided that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) was statutorily authorized...more

5 Ways the FCC Could Respond to Invalidation of Its 'Net Neutrality' Rules

After the Net Neutrality decision, the FCC has a number of options, all of which could have an important impact on providers and users alike....more

D.C. Circuit Largely Invalidates Net Neutrality Rules: Analysis and Prospects

On Jan. 14, 2014, a D.C. Circuit panel struck down the portions of the FCC’s 2010 “Open Internet” (or “net neutrality”) rules that had banned blocking or discriminatory treatment of web sites or other online applications by...more

Verizon v. FCC: What Happened, Why It’s Important, and What Comes Next

In Verizon v. FCC, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia overturned the Federal Communications Commission’s (“Commission” or “FCC”) anti-discrimination and anti-blocking provisions of...more

Use Good Sense to Avoid Making Bad Law

Lawyers often say that bad facts lead to bad law. Cases with outrageous fact patterns can drive a judge or jury to stretch the law and make outcome-based decisions in order to provide relief to a sympathetic party. Lawyers...more

Week in Review - September 12, 2013

This week, people around the world remembered the anniversary of 9/11, and President Obama continued to contemplate actions against Syria. Even passive users who may not read the newspaper experienced these events through...more

If The Tax Withholding Is Wrong, Don’t Rely On The Employer To Fix It – Part 2

Over a year ago I blogged about the situation of former employees of Verizon who had never worked or resided in the United States but who had U.S. income taxes withheld from payments under benefit plans in which they...more

Week in Review - June 6, 2013

Technology news was dominated by reports of government snooping this week. The Guardian published a top-secret court order forcing Verizon Wireless to turn over "telephony metadata" (i.e. call details) collected on all of its...more

$45 Million Cyber-Attack Is Object Lesson From Verizon Study Showing No Business Is Safe, But Financial Institutions Bear Big Data...

Newspapers around the world recently reported that a sophisticated and well-coordinated cyber-attack resulted in the theft of $45 million from thousands of ATMs worldwide....more

In re Application of the Federal Bereau of Investigation for an Order Requiring the Production of Tangible Things from Verizon Business Network Services, Inc. on Behalf of MCI Communication Services, Inc. D/B/A Verizon Business Services

Copy: Secret Court Ruling Requiring Verizon to Provide Telephone Data to U.S. Government

Secret order issued by the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court requiring Verizon to produce all telephone records requested by the NSA for calls between the US and abroad or solely within the US and...more

De-Risking On Trial? U.S. Verizon Litigation Still Active

In our March 13 webinar on de-risking defined benefit pension plans, I stated that the U.S. litigation launched by a group of Verizon retirees challenging the annuitization of their pensions was not dead, even though a...more

Bill on Bankruptcy: Why is Kodak's Stock Soaring? [Video]

March 20 (Bloomberg Law) -- Although Eastman Kodak Co. stock shot up like a rocket in a week's time, investors might not have the same profitable outcome like owners of American Airlines shares, as Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia...more

Need Another Reason To Do Pro Bono? Just Ask Corporate Clients

Why do pro bono? There are many great reasons, of course. Almost as many great reasons as there are lawyers to do pro bono and pro bono clients to serve. But one you may not have thought about is this: our corporate clients...more

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