Yelp “not Guilty”for 1 Star Review Which Led to a Loss of 95% of Locksmith’s Business

Yelp “not Guilty”for 1 Star Review Which Led to a Loss of 95% of Locksmith’s Business

The 9th Circuit ruled that Yelp was immune from content under the 1996 Communications Decency Act (DCA) which “immunizes providers of interactive computer services against liability arising from content created by third parties.”

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A Party May Comply with Rule 34 by Identifying Its Search Parameters As Opposed to Identifying Withheld Documents

According to a recent decision of the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas, a party may satisfy its obligations under Rule 34 when—in response a demand for the production of documents—the party states how the party limited its search for responsive documents, but does not specifically identify the documents that have been withheld.

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