A 21-year-old German student with a website that enables users to rip audio from YouTube videos and convert it to MP3 has put tech giant Google on the receiving end of disruptive technology
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
The "tragedy of commons" concept examines shared ownership damage. This damage can be limited by division into private parcels so that parties bear the benefits and costs of their actions. The "digit
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Cozen O'Connor's Hayes Hunt and Brian Kint write that the Internet Age has made the world of IP and anti-piracy more complex than ever -- the Stop Online Piracy Act is just one example
Attorneys David A. Kalow and Milton Springut explore whether a lawyer submitting smartphone images in a legal proceeding without permission is an infringer -- or is this action fair use
...handed down its decision in Sony Corp. of America v. Universal City Studios, Inc.: ... finding that Sony was shielded from...
It's a common scenario in the digital age: An employee receives an e-mail with a newsletter to which his employer has subscribed. Thinking it useful, the employee forwards the e-mail to boss and co-w
...the three plaintiff companies in the Tenenbaum case are Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group, and Warner Music Group. "Congress thought willful...
Amazon's Kindle 2 recently hit the market, including a new feature called "text to speech" that had the publishing industry threatening suit for what it considered a threat to the audio book market.
"Cloud computing," including virtual data rooms and social networks, is the next frontier in personal jurisdiction, which has already involved electronic contacts such as e-mail. As these technologie
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