Ignoring partisan lines, the Supreme Court voted to narrow the reach of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”) this month in . …


The Second Circuit made headlines earlier this month by overturning a Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) decision to pursue litigation over trademark agreements made between 1–800 Contacts and thirteen of its competitors.

Keyword Bidding and Competitor Agreements

At issue were agreements that 1–800 Contacts had made with thirteen of its competitors over how to deal with…


On June 9, 2021, Chief Judge Lynn of the Northern District of Texas issued an order vacating Special Order 3–287, issued July 26, 2011, that established procedures for assigning patent cases filed under the Patent Pilot Program. …


The American Law Institute (“ALI”) recently voted on a restatement of copyright law, which has music creators up in arms. …


Clothing giant H&M and fabric-maker Unicolors have been locked in litigation since April 2016. Now, the United States Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case between them, which revolves around copyright infringement.

H&M Claims Copyright Invalidation as Defense in Infringement Case

In the case at hand, Unicolors claimed that H&M infringed upon its copyright registration for certain geometric…


Former Major League Baseball pitcher and McKinney, Texas native Michael Bolsinger has been making waves in legal news as he filed an intellectual property lawsuit against the Houston Astros for trade secret misappropriation.

Bolsinger Files Lawsuit — Claims Pitching Signals as Trade Secrets Were Stolen

Bolsinger had previously filed suit in California for unfair business practices but had those claims dismissed for…


Your phone and tablet recognize your face or thumbprint, and Google and other search engines have become more efficient and their searches more comprehensive and complete. For most of us, the advancement and evolution of artificial intelligence (“AI”) and facial recognition software (“FRS”) have provided a perception of increased efficiency…


The New York City Council has drafted a landmark resolution, the Tenant Data Privacy Act, that would require that multiple-household dwellings provide tenants with privacy policies and specific safeguards if the dwellings use biometric identifiers in combination with keyless entries.

Why New York’s Tenant Data Privacy Act is Significant for Privacy Advocates

The Tenant Data Privacy Act marks a significant milestone in…


The US Patent and Trademark Office has released new resources for filing an Ex Parte Appeal brief. An appeal brief may be filed during prosecution of a patent application, on claims that have been rejected twice, or claims that have had a final rejection. …


As the Internet of Things (“IoT”) has made itself increasingly relevant across all industries, smart devices have become especially common in the workplace. …

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