Tech Giants Beware: New Threshold for Cases Arising Under BIPA Takes its Latest Victims

By Francyn Brown, posted on 5/18/2020 3:27:54 PM

Facebook hit with $500 million settlement while Google faces its own class action lawsuit. These cases are an effect of the Illinois Supreme Court’s decision to merely require a violation of one’s biometric privacy rights as the threshold to bring suit. Read More

Trademark Damages: Does the Supreme Court's Willfulness Ruling in Romag Affect The Seventh Circuit?

By Mark V.B. Partridge, posted on 5/11/2020 6:36:30 PM

Has the Supreme Court changed practice in the Seventh Circuit regarding an award of profits for trademark infringement? The question arises from a recent United States Supreme Court decision involving handbag fasteners. Read More

ICANN Blocks The Sale of .Org Top-Level Domain to Private Equity Firm

By Charlie Giger, posted on 5/6/2020 6:29:09 PM

On May 1, 2020, Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) announced its decision to block the proposed sale of .ORG to Ethos Capital, a private equity firm. Read More
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