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Call It What You Want. Just Don’t Call It Copyright Infringement.

A demand letter is a formal way of telling someone, “now we got bad blood.” Recently, a Northern California blogger received a demand letter in which Taylor Swift threatened to sue the blogger. In so many words, the blogger...more

First District Court Of Appeal Strikes Small, But Meaningful, Victory For Businesses Combatting Online Libel.

Just last week, California’s First District Court of Appeal handed a small, but meaningful, victory to businesses that resort to litigation to defend their reputations against anonymous, online attacks. In ZL Technologies,...more

7/31/2017  /  Defamation , Libel , Online Reviews , Websites

California Supreme Court Adds To Line Of Cases Narrowly Applying The Right To Recover Attorneys’ Fees Under Civil Code Section...

Despite increasing sophistication amongst contracting parties and evermore common use of attorney fee clauses, the “American Rule” endures. The American Rule is that each side pays its own attorney fees in litigation, win or...more

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