LXBN TV: Amazon Hit with Trademark Infringement Lawsuit by Adult Video Streaming Service

By | LXBN | May 7, 2014
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There’s a truth in the technology world, and a funny one at that, that if you’re looking to see which video format is going to become the next big thing, you should look at the adult video world. Well, it seems they were spot on with streaming video over the internet to TV sets too, because Wreal’s Fyre TV has been doing it since 2007. And now they’re upset that that Amazon is going with Fire TV as the name of their video product nearly a full decade later.

LXBN TV: Lawsuit Forcing Yelp to Unmask Reviewers Tests the Boundaries of Online Defamation

By | LXBN | April 24, 2014
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For small businesses, Yelp is a big deal. Just ask Virginia’s Hadeed Carpet Clearners, which supposedly lost $2.5 million in revenue due to a couple allegedly fake Yelp reviews. They’re now trying to unmask those anonymous reviewers, so they can have the reviews taken down, and the case is headed all the way to the Virginia Supreme Court.

LXBN TV: What Does the Future Hold for E-Discovery?

By | LXBN | April 23, 2014
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E-discovery is a subject we don’t talk about a lot on the LexBlog Network, and I’m not really sure why that’s the case. Electronic discovery is at the backbone of all litigation nowadays and, with constantly-changing technology, the space is rapidly evolving.

LXBN TV: Recapping the Aereo Supreme Court Oral Arguments – Justices Hint at Narrow Decision

By | LXBN | April 22, 2014
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Though it makes things less entertaining, it’s probably for the best: when the Supreme Court has a landmark case and industry-shaping issue on its hands, it likes to keep its opinions as narrow and specific as possible. Based on what we heard this morning in ABC v. Aereo, the same will likely happen in this case. Though, with SCOTUS oral arguments, you never really do know what they mean.

LXBN TV: Discussing the Biggest Legal Issues Marijuana Businesses Should Be Aware Of

By | LXBN | April 21, 2014
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By the end of this summer, there will be legal marijuana retailers in Washington State. Rule-making around the state’s Initiative 502 is about complete and the biggest remaining step is holding a lottery to determine who gets licenses to produce and sell cannabis products. But for those lucky enough to win a license, that’s just the beginning as far as legal issues go.

LXBN TV: EEOC Turned Back Again On Employee Credit Checks – What It Means for Employers

By | LXBN | April 21, 2014
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The EEOC has recently made policing employers’ use of credit checks on employees a big priority of theres. But, it hasn’t gone well for the commission. It didn’t go well when they sued Kaplan Education for their use of credit checks as a hiring screen—and it really didn’t go well when they decided to appeal the decision.