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Interesting Dissent From Denial of Certiorari by Justice Gorsuch in VA Case
On June 26, 2017, the Supreme Court of the United States denied a petition for certiorari in an interesting case titled Mathis v. Shulkin, No. 16-667 (U.S. Jun. 26, 2017).
Lyft and Uber Involved in Trade Secrets Case
Ride sharing company Lyft Inc. is asking the courts to prevent their number one competitor in the ride service industry, Uber Technologies Inc., from accessing confidential information about its drivers.
Fair Use and YouTube
Who could have foreseen the impact that a video of a dancing baby uploaded by his mother in 2007 would have so much impact on YouTube users and how the DCMA is interpreted?
Dollar Shave Club Files Countersuit Against Gillette
Dollar Shave Club has entered a countersuit against Gillette in an ongoing lawsuit alleging intellectual property violation.
Suit Filed over Oscar Swag Bag Copyright
Los Angeles-based Distinctive Assets, known for handing out its so-called the “Oscar swag bag” to Academy Award Nominees in five categories, has been named in a lawsuit last Tuesday for infringement of Academy trademarks and logos.
Suit Filed over Oscar Swag Bag Copyright
Los Angeles-based Distinctive Assets, known for handing out its so-called the “Oscar swag bag” to Academy Award Nominees in five categories, has been named in a lawsuit last Tuesday for infringement of Academy trademarks and logos.
Internet Piracy Reaches New Heights
The bane of the motion picture industry, torrent website The Pirate Bay, has fired a shot across the bow of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and other copyright groups.
High Court Changes Cumis Landscape
This article discusses a case from the Calif Supreme Court that changes the "Cumis" Landscape
Ninth Circuit Grants a Small Reprieve to the Abuse of Discretion Standard of Review
Ninth Circuit ruling That Discretionary Language Provisions in Self-Funded ERISA Will Apply
Plan Administrators Cannot Violate their Fiduciary Duties by Failing to Provide Proper Notice of Policy Amendments; ERISA Plan Exclusions/Limits May N
Discussion of new Ninth Circuit case: King v. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois UPS, No. 15-55880 (Ninth Cir. Sep. 8, 2017)
California Court Affirms Decision Finding Bad Faith Where Insurer Interprets Policy Against Insured's Interests
On August 31, 2017, the California Court of Appeal discussed a variety of topics touching upon important matters in insurance “bad faith” litigation in Pulte Home Corp. v. Am. Safety Indemnity Co., 14 Cal.App.5th 1086 (Aug. 31, 2017). I
Robert McKennon and Stephanie Talavera Publish Article in the Los Angeles Daily Journal: "An Agent of the Insurer."
Column entitled “An Agent of the Insurer,” covering a very important new Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals case, Salyers v. Metro. Life Ins. Co., 2017 DJDAR 9291 (Sept. 20, 2017).
Shoulder Decompression Surgery - St. Louis Car Accident Attorneys
If you are suffering from nerve impingement syndrome after a car accident injury, your doctor may recommend shoulder decompression surgery.
Pentagon Reportedly Considering Termination the MAVNI Program
On July 3, 2017, NPR reported that the Pentagon is considering dismantling the Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest (MAVNI) program, which was originally established in 2009. In this post, we will examine the recent MAVNI updates and what they could mean going forward.
Who’s to Blame When a Product Malfunctions?
Each and every day, you use hundreds of products. From the time you get up in the morning to the moment you fall asleep at night (and even while you’re sleeping), you’re using products that other people designed, manufactured, and sold to you.