Internet Law

Copyright Law

Georgia sues Carl Malamud group, calls publishing state’s annotated code of laws online unlawful

Celebrities

Mötley Crüe frontman settles suit over Facebook password

Evidence

Facebook lacks standing to challenge subpoenas of users’ info in disability case, appeals court says

Internet Law

Federal bill backed by Yelp would increase protections for online commenters

Internet Law

Lawyer is entitled to only $100 for ex-client’s post on Ripoff Report, appeals court says

Internet Law

Judge delays civil trial because of lawyer’s Facebook post

Criminal Justice

Courthouse shooter’s relatives convicted of cyberstalking, face possible life prison terms

Cybersecurity

Massive hack attack on feds compromised background-check info for 21.5M people

Criminal Justice

Were relatives culpable in shooter’s deadly courthouse attack? Jury to decide in cyberstalking trial

Internet Law

Lawyer loses suit about blog posts, then sues Google over online comments they sparked

Legal Ethics

Lawyer is disbarred for ‘social media blitz’ intended to influence custody case and top state court

Internet Law

Ex-judge is charged with creating fake sex ads for 2 women, one of whom was a former client

Internet Law

Lawyer can’t learn identity of anonymous Avvo critic absent defamation evidence, appeals court says

Corporate Law

Judge nixes jury conviction of ex-Goldman Sachs programmer, calls law a bad fit in source-code case

Antitrust Law

2nd Circuit OKs verdict against Apple in $450M e-book price-fixing case

Trials & Litigation

Ex-worker wins $18M in suit against CEO over blog posts; law prof’s case is still pending

Internet Law

Dutch court to Facebook: Turn over info about sex video or give outside expert access to servers

Privacy Law

Worker who claimed law firm released her private video of sex harassment loses appeal

Legal Ethics

Top state court to hear case of lawyers accused of asking paralegal to ‘friend’ litigant on Facebook

Cybersecurity

‘Patch and pray’ remains the norm nearly 20 years after hackers warned US lawmakers about risks