Malwarebytes Deals Blow to Enigma Suit With Section 230 Win
U.S. District Judge Edward Davila ruled Malwarebytes cannot be held liable for its decision to filter Enigma Software Group’s anti-malware products despite allegations it did so for anti-competitive reasons.
With instruction from two prominent IP litigators—and cameos from a real client, expert witness and PTAB judges—students in Berkeley Law's Patent Litigation II class are drafting and arguing petitions for inter partes review.
Missouri's attorney general on Monday launched an investigation into Google Inc., questioning whether the search engine company's data-collection and privacy practices violate state consumer protection laws.
Lawyers agreed that NDAs likely won't be going away anytime soon in employment cases, but that there are reforms around the way these agreements are used that could help stop the next Harvey Weinstein.
The threat of cyberattack looms large for law firms. In 2016, the year of the breach," a seemingly endless barrage of law firm security incidents were front and center in industry news and the pace hasn t slowed.
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