Online anonymity received a major blow as New Orleans’ The Times-Picayune handed over information on site commentators following a court order.
On April 9, 2014, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court found that the NCAA opened the door for the Court to review the validity of the Consent Decree entered into between Penn State and the NCAA.
Hundreds of new generic Top Level Domains are about to hit the Internet. What do you need to worry about and how can you take advantage of the opportunity?
Earlier this week, a federal district court in New Jersey issued an opinion ruling on Wyndham Worldwide Corporation’s and three of its subsidiaries’ (collectively “Wyndham’s”) motion to dismiss, finding for the FTC on all grounds.
Earlier this week, the Federal Communications Commission released an order affirming the International Bureau’s 2009 order directing all U.S. facilities-based carriers within the FCC’s jurisdiction to stop payments to Tonga Communications Corporation (“TCC”) for termination of switched voice service (“Stop Payment Order“) on the U.S.-Tonga route.
On Wednesday, the Senate, in a 95-1 vote (with Senator David Vitter (R-LA) abstaining), confirmed Terrell McSweeny as FTC Commissioner.
1896 was a big year – the first modern Olympic Games were held in Athens, Greece; the first x-ray was taken, and, of course, The ADVERTISING Club of New York was born.
Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz may have tweeted the selfie to end all selfies when Samsung shared his snap of him and President Barack Obama. But aside from it stirring up a brouhaha among White House lawyers, it highlights how much social media complicates the right to publicity.
Cadbury has lost its Supreme Court battle to register as a trade mark its iconic colour purple (known as Pantone 2685C), ending a 10-year legal battle between Cadbury and its competitor Nestlé.
Yesterday, the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) released a public notice seeking comment on a Petition for Declaratory Ruling that was filed by Mediacom Communications Corporation (“Mediacom”) on February 19, 2014.