Zuckerberg Will Serve as Key Witness Against Ceglia in Trial
Zuckerberg Will Serve as Key Witness Against Ceglia in Trial
CTIC at Penn Law Names Jeffrey Vagle Executive Director
CTIC at Penn Law Names Jeffrey Vagle Executive Director
Ciphrex Corp Hires Perkins Coie as Corporate Counsel
Ciphrex Corp Hires Perkins Coie as Corporate Counsel
Stanford Law School Students Celebrate Ruling of Supreme Court
Stanford Law School Students Celebrate Ruling of Supreme Court
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Zuckerberg Will Serve as Key Witness Against Ceglia in Trial

Zuckerberg Will Serve as Key Witness Against Ceglia in Trial Perhaps Paul Ceglia was over-ambitious when he proposed he had a right to 84 percent of Facebook, as he claimed to have made a contract with Facebook’s founder, Mark Zuckerberg, that gave him such a slice of the $178 billion…>read more

No Comment July 23, 2014

CTIC at Penn Law Names Jeffrey Vagle Executive Director

CTIC at Penn Law Names Jeffrey Vagle Executive Director Jeffrey Vagle has been appointed as the first Executive Director of the Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition (CTIC) at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, according to a press release from the school. Vagle will be responsible for driving…>read more

No Comment July 23, 2014

Ciphrex Corp Hires Perkins Coie as Corporate Counsel

Ciphrex Corp Hires Perkins Coie as Corporate Counsel A technology startup that is headquartered in California, but incorporated in Delaware, has hired Perkins Coie LLP as corporate legal counsel. The company is Ciphrex Corp and it hired Perkins Coie to help with licensing contracts, corporate structuring and intellectual…>read more

No Comment July 17, 2014

Stanford Law School Students Celebrate Ruling of Supreme Court

Stanford Law School Students Celebrate Ruling of Supreme Court Law professor Jeffrey Fisher and students from Stanford University celebrated a recent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the history of digital privacy rights, according to The San Jose Mercury News. The students, as part of the school’s U.S.…>read more

No Comment July 8, 2014

Secret Emotional Experiment Results in Lawsuit Against Facebook

Secret Emotional Experiment Results in Lawsuit Against Facebook A formal complaint was filed with the Federal Trade Commission by a privacy watchdog group claiming Facebook broke the law when it performed a study on emotions of users without their consent, according to a report from USA Today. The…>read more

No Comment July 4, 2014

FTC Takes on T-Mobile for Cheating Customers

FTC Takes on T-Mobile for Cheating Customers While the Federal Trade Commission has brought a fair share of suits against phone companies who cheat their customers, their latest suit against T-Mobile will be their the largest “cramming” case laid out by federal authorities. “Cramming” is a deceptive…>read more

No Comment July 2, 2014

California Governor Signs Alternative Currencies Bill

California Governor Signs Alternative Currencies Bill On Saturday, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a new bill into law that clears out state-level obstacles for alternative currencies, according to a report from Reuters. The new legislation helps to repeal an outdated law in the state that prohibits…>read more

No Comment June 30, 2014

Facebook Fails to Protect Data of Users in District Attorney Investigation

Facebook Fails to Protect Data of Users in District Attorney Investigation The District Attorney’s Office in Manhattan is fighting Facebook over the demand for the contents of Facebook accounts, according to The New York Times. Confidential legal documents were unsealed on Wednesday in which Facebook argues that prosecutors in Manhattan violated…>read more

No Comment June 27, 2014

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Broadcast Networks in Aereo Case

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Broadcast Networks in Aereo Case A ruling was issued on Wednesday by the Supreme Court in the Aeroe case. According to The Huffington Post, Aereo violated copyright law when it streamed broadcast television signals to subscribers without paying for those feeds. The ruling came in…>read more

No Comment June 25, 2014

Laws Surrounding Driverless Vehicles in Question

Laws Surrounding Driverless Vehicles in Question Michigan is one of the few states that has begun acknowledging driverless cars in their laws, according to Crain’s Detroit Business. The laws in Michigan were passed in December and they are for the testing of these vehicles. William Kohler,…>read more

No Comment June 23, 2014

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