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The Federal Communications Commission announced new rules that govern Internet service earlier this week, according to The Huffington Post. The rules end net neutrality, which is when web traffic is treated equally. The FCC claims that the new rules will…>read moreNo Comment April 25, 2014
Time Warner Cable Inc.’s shareholders do not want the Comcast takeover deal to go through. Those shareholders even brought a lawsuit as they felt that a resultant merger would bring together the two largest cable television companies and would bring…>read moreNo Comment February 17, 2014
The known business model of Prenda Law is to file lawsuits against John Doe defendants and send people IP address subpoenas showing they have infringed copyrights when downloading porn porn has been downloaded illegally from their computers or IP addresses. People settle…>read more1 Comment August 17, 2013
Good morning everyone! Today is Wednesday, April 7, and here’s a look back at yesterday’s news… Quarles & Brady snag three attorneys from Holland & Knight and three from DLA Piper… The U.S. Court of Appeals rules against the Federal…>read moreNo Comment April 7, 2010
The Federal Communications Commission has hit a stumbling block in its efforts to enforce net neutrality on internet providers. Why? According to Judge David Tatel of the U.S. Court of Appeals, there’s no law to cite. Congress hasn’t passed a law…>read moreNo Comment April 6, 2010
Four partners at litigation boutique Keker & Van Nest are setting out to found their own firm, Durie Tangri Lemley Roberts & Kent. Daralyn Durie, Ragesh Tangri, Clement Roberts and Ryan Kent are founding the firm along with Stanford patent…>read moreNo Comment February 3, 2009