Court Holds Plaintiffs to High Standard of Proving Actionable Similarity in Idea Theft Case

By | Pay or Play | May 20, 2016
Court Holds Plaintiffs to High Standard of Proving Actionable Similarity in Idea Theft Case

A recent published opinion by the California Court of Appeal brought some welcome clarity to theft of idea law. These cases are based on a breach of implied contract rather than copyright infringement, which begs the question when an uncopyrightable “idea” is sufficiently concrete to support a claim.

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Attention Public Accommodations: DOJ’s Recent Rulemaking Action for State and Local Government Websites Reveals Its Current Thinking On Web Accessibility

Attention Public Accommodations: DOJ’s Recent Rulemaking Action for State and Local Government Websites Reveals Its Current Thinking On Web Accessibility

If you would rather not read the 30-page small print Federal Register notice, this summary will provide you with what you need to know about the Justice Department’s most recent official pronouncement on web accessibility.

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