Internet Law

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

Internet Law

Top Cardinals executives weren’t involved in hacking, lawyer says

Consumer Law

FCC seeks to impose record $100M fine on AT&T for slowdown on ‘unlimited’ data plans

Evidence

Facebook posts point police to slain woman’s body and establish probable cause

Legal Ethics

New York bar section releases social media guidelines for lawyers

Internet Law

Google’s requests for law firm documents are an ‘abuse of the litigation process,’ filing contends

Internet Law

Blogging prosecutor wins dismissal of federal civil-rights claim in 9th Circuit appeal

Internet Law

Judge OKs consolidated suit over theft of Sony ex-workers’ personal info

Trials & Litigation

Federal cyberstalking trial blames courthouse shooter’s widow, son and daughter for slaying of woman

ABA London Sessions

International laws complicate the hunt for data evidence

Court Security

DOJ investigates online posts about life sentence in Silk Road case that implied a threat to judge

Trials & Litigation

Lawyer drops suit over ‘stupid patent of the month’ blog post featuring his patent

Privacy Law

DOJ approved NSA Internet data searches for hacking by foreign governments, Snowden documents reveal

Media & Communications Law

Atlanta lawyer sues after his patent is featured in ‘stupid patent of the month’ blog post

Internet Law

Google seeks to enforce subpoenas for communications between Jenner lobbyists and state AG