In his Cross-border Concerns column, Stephen Treglia, legal counsel at Absolute Software Corporation, writes that in a recent Ninth Circuit decision, advanced technology upset another long-standing a
In his E-Communications column, Stephen Treglia, a former Nassau County prosecutor and legal counsel at Absolute Software Corporation, writes that probably the most insightful observation in any of t
In his Cross-Border Concerns column, Stephen Treglia, legal counsel at Absolute Software Corporation, writes that when any topic receives vociferous attention in the general public, the law typically
...New Yorker, where the Article appeared. Defendant Advance is a corporation with its principal place of business in New York and is the...
...motion. Digital Sin, a California corporation, produced a motion picture (the...copied the Video using torrent software the most common of...
In his Digital Evidence column, Stephen Treglia, legal counsel at Absolute Software Corporation, writes: Probably no forensic realm has seen a more expansive increase in capabilities than the analysi
...County resident, brought suit in Nassau County District Court against two Florida corporations, JD Closeouts, LLC and JD Closeouts.com, Inc., seeking a refund of...
New York Law Journal
...Dubai"), a real estate development company based in Dubai. Appellee, Deyaar Development Corporation ("Deyaar"), is a Texas corporation with its principal place of business in...
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