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Ashley Madison Reveals Even More: Hacking May Be An Inside Job

In recent years, hacking has infiltrated the retail industry. Hacking has infiltrated the healthcare industry. Hacking has infiltrated the sports industry. And now, hacking has now infiltrated the most personal (some would...more

Cuba Si! Trade With Cuba … Not Quite Yet

There has been much fanfare surrounding the reestablishment of diplomatic relations with Cuba, starting with President Obama’s announcement of the resumption of bilateral relations, and followed by the formal establishment of...more

Sarvint Retains Jurisdiction in the Northern District in Another Order from Judge Batten

Judge Batten denied a motion brought by Carré Technologies, Inc. (“Carré”) to dismiss[i] apatent infringement action brought by Sarvint Technologies, Inc. (“Sarvint”) for lack of personal jurisdiction. The Court began by...more

Lawyers, Are You Paying Attention To Video?

Just when you thought it was going to fade into the sunset (okay, who really thought that?), video as a communication tool is continuing to come on strong as a viable, valuable marketing tool for lawyers, legal marketers and...more

Social Media Adds Kick to Beer-Themed Trademark Battle

As social media and the numerous platforms continue their exponential growth in popularity and constant evolvement, legal issues surrounding their use also will inevitably emerge. A recent case filed in the Western District...more

“Life is short. Have an affair.”® And have your data hacked and leaked

Hackers calling themselves “The Impact Team” announced on July 15th that it has compromised the extramarital affair site AshleyMadison.com, and companion sites Cougar Life and Established Men, including absconding with up to...more

“Life is Short. Have an Affair.” But is it Worth It?

“Life is short. Have an affair.” This advice comes courtesy of the Ashley Madison website, a company which put a spin on the old adage and the dating website industry by building its business around assisting married people...more

Lawyers, It’s Time To Stack The Deck In Your Favor

Do you know anyone like this? They question the need for marketing because they know their clients come from referrals. Their clients tell them regularly that they asked several of their colleagues who they recommend...more

Ashley Madison Data Breach

Adulterers across the globe are growing frantic with the news of the recent data breach of the married dating website “Ashley Madison”. This breach may potentially expose partners who thought they were pursuing affairs under...more

Vendor who built Maryland’s health exchange site settles for $45 million

Maryland Attorney General Maryland Attorney General announced yesterday that Noridian Healthcare Solutions LLC will pay the State of Maryland $20 million up front and $5 million over the next 5 years for a total of $45...more

Blog Comment Link Building for Lawyers (The Right Way)

As SEO has evolved over the years, online marketers have tried just about every trick in the book to get their sites to rank well in search. As far as link building is concerned, there have been some once acceptable tactics...more

Somebody’s Watching You: What Are the Rules?

In 1984, Kennedy William Gordy, better known as pop artist Rockwell, released his first and ultimately biggest hit: Somebody’s Watching Me. One can only imagine how Rockwell would have felt if the Internet was in full swing...more

If You Can't Say Anything Nice: Criticizing Contractors Can Be Costly

Construction projects can turn acrimonious — and bad feelings often survive dispute resolution. But think twice before voicing thoughts or opinions about a fellow project participant. A false statement about another’s...more

A website coding upgrade error causes a breach says Blue Shield of California

Blue Shield of California is sending out notification letters to 843 of its members advising them that as a result of a computer code update it made to its website, when members logged into their own accounts, they were able...more

Delfi AS vs. Estonia: Online news services may be liable for their readers' comments

News websites can now be held responsible for the content of user-generated comments, under a landmark judgment of the European Court of Human Rights (the ECHR)....more

Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence - July 2015 (Global)

FILM AND TV - HUB FOCUS: Recent TV trends in Germany - Our global Media, Sport & Entertainment HUB provides insights into various legal and commercial issues impacting on this space. As part of our HUB FOCUS series, we...more

Technical Body Moves Closer to Do Not Track Standards

The long running struggle to develop technical standards for the implementation of a do not track (DNT) specification is moving closer to completion. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) working group recently released a “last...more

How To Destroy Your Law Firms Ranking With Link Building

Ranking well in search is a lot like trust. It is difficult to build and very easy to destroy. Sometimes clients come to us with websites that are in pretty bad shape and it is usually because of link building activity gone...more

SEC Charges EB-5 Brokers with Violation of the Exchange Act

Action Item: In what is expected to be the first of many cease-and-desist orders made by the SEC against brokers handling investments in EB-5 investment projects, all EB-5 organizers and sponsors, through their due diligence,...more

Federal Circuit Attacks Functional Claim Drafting Under 35 U.S.C. § 101

In Internet Patents Corp. v. Active Networks, the Federal Circuit affirmed yet another dismissal of a patent infringement lawsuit due to the asserted patent being invalid for lacking patent eligible subject matter under 35...more

Significant Tax Provisions in the 2016-2017 Ohio Budget Bill Affecting Businesses

On June 30, 2015, Ohio Governor John Kasich signed into law the biennial budget bill, Amended Substitute House Bill No. 64 (“HB 64”). The legislation underwent substantial changes during the legislative process such that the...more

Owners of Celebrity Fan Sites Still in the Spotlight for Copyright Liability Without DMCA Safe Harbor

The Southern District of New York recently stressed the importance for internet service providers (“ISPs”) to comply with “safe harbor” requirements of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) in order to be shielded...more

Connecticut legislation establishes statewide Health Information Exchange

Effective October 1, 2015, this legislation contains several provisions to encourage the free exchange of patient health information among providers and consumers. Hospitals, health systems, and electronic health record (EHR)...more

Watch Out! Split Ninth Circuit Panel Rules Amazon Search Results May Violate Watchmaker’s Trademarks

The Ninth Circuit recently held that online retailer Amazon.com could be liable for infringing the trademarks of a watch manufacturer based upon Amazon’s product search results when shoppers search for the manufacturer’s...more

FBI warns of continued use of Cryptowall ransomware schemes

The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center recently issued an alert “Criminals Continue to Defraud and Extort Funds from Victims Using Cryptowall Ransomware Schemes” that indicates that the Center continues to receive...more

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