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Data Breach Victims, Rejoice: Seventh Circuit Finds that Threat of Injury is Sufficient for Article III Standing in Data Breach Class Actions

By Brittany Doyle – Edited by Ariane Moss

Last Monday, the Seventh Circuit Courto of Appeals ruled that victims of a data breach had standing to pursue a class action even when they had not suffered direct financial harm as a result of the breach or when they had already been compensated for financial harm resulting from the breach. The opinion reversed a contrary district court decision, which the Seventh Circuit said had incorrectly read the Supreme Court’s 2013 decision in Clapper v. Amnesty International USA.

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Posted On Jul - 27 - 2015 Add Comments READ FULL POST

Amazon.com’s Search Results Generate Triable Consumer Confusion Issue

By Yaping Zhang – Edited by Henry Thomas

Last Monday, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that watch manufacturer Multi Time Machine could continue pressing its trademark challenges against Amazon.com, concluding that a jury could find that Amazon had created a likelihood of consumer confusion under an “initial interest confusion” theory.

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Posted On Jul - 13 - 2015 Add Comments READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Anne Woodworth

UK Court Allows Safari Users to Sue Google over Privacy Settings

FTC Responds to Allegations that it Ignored Staff Recommendations to Sue Google

Citigroup Report Criticizes Law Firms for not Reporting Hacking

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Posted On Mar - 31 - 2015 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Federal Circuit Rejects En Banc Review of Infringement Willfulness Standard

By Paulius Jurcys – Yaping Zhang

The Federal Circuit rejected a motion for en banc review of a patent infringement case evaluating the willfulness standard and whether the standard should be changed in order to meet the interpretation provided by the Supreme Court in the Octane decision.

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Posted On Mar - 31 - 2015 Comments Off READ FULL POST

ACLU Files Amicus Brief in Support of Washington Redskins’ Trademarks

By Amanda Liverzani – Edited by Yunnan Jiang

Football season may be over, but the trademark battle over the Washington Redskins’ team name, mascot, and logo continues to rage on in federal court. On March 5th the ACLU filed an amicus brief in support of the NFL team’s right to register six trademarks despite the disparaging nature of the term “Redskins.”  The ACLU urged the court to strike down as unconstitutional the portions of the Lanham Act that allow the USPTO to engage in viewpoint discrimination by denying registration of trademarks it deems “immoral, deceptive, or scandalous.”

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Posted On Mar - 17 - 2015 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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