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July 11, 2024 | Law.com

Commercial Banking Company Granted Preliminary Injunction Against HP's 'WEX' in Pending Trademark Litigation

"Taken together, the evidence favoring WEX is overwhelming, while the evidence favoring HP is slight," U.S. District Judge John A. Woodcock Jr. wrote. "Accordingly, the Court concludes that WEX is likely to succeed on the merits in this case because it has demonstrated that consumers are likely to be confused by the launch and promotion of HP WEX."
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Appellate Division,Second Department: May 12, 2023
Publication Date: 2023-05-12
Practice Area: Civil Appeals | Criminal Appeals
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Court: Appellate Division, Second Department, Hand Down & List
Judge: Unsigned
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Case number: DOCKET

Handdown List released on: May 4 & 10, 2023

October 24, 2022 | Delaware Business Court Insider

Defense Counsel Says 3rd Circ.'s Revival of Wiretap Act Suit Over Web Tracking 'Upends' State Law

"The WESCA 'emphasizes the protection of privacy,'" stated Judge Thomas L. Ambro. "Consistent with that emphasis, it applies when anyone intercepts communications—that is, takes an action to acquire them with a device. And it requires all parties—not just a party—to consent to that interception."
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October 24, 2022 | Delaware Law Weekly

3rd Circ.'s Revival of Wiretap Act Suit Over Web Tracking 'Upends' State Law, Defense Counsel Says

"The WESCA 'emphasizes the protection of privacy,'" stated Judge Thomas L. Ambro. "Consistent with that emphasis, it applies when anyone intercepts communications—that is, takes an action to acquire them with a device. And it requires all parties—not just a party—to consent to that interception."
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October 21, 2022 | New Jersey Law Journal

Revival of Wiretap Act Suit Over Web Tracking Upheld at Third Circuit

"The WESCA 'emphasizes the protection of privacy,'" stated Judge Thomas L. Ambro. "Consistent with that emphasis, it applies when anyone intercepts communications—that is, takes an action to acquire them with a device. And it requires all parties—not just a party—to consent to that interception."
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October 20, 2022 | The Legal Intelligencer

Defense Counsel: 3rd Circ.'s Revival of Pa. Wiretap Act Suit Over Web Tracking 'Upends' State Law

"The WESCA 'emphasizes the protection of privacy,'" stated Judge Thomas L. Ambro. "Consistent with that emphasis, it applies when anyone intercepts communications—that is, takes an action to acquire them with a device. And it requires all parties—not just a party—to consent to that interception."
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May 02, 2022 | Law.com

Who Got the Work?℠: McDonald's Class Action Defense Counsel and More

Welcome to "Who Got the Work?℠," a weekly column that highlights the law firms and lawyers around the country who are being brought in to handle key cases and close major deals for their clients.
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Appellate Division, First Department: November 18, 2021
Publication Date: 2021-11-22
Practice Area: Civil Appeals | Criminal Appeals
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Court: Appellate Division, First Department, Appeals & Motions
Judge: Unsigned Surrogate Sall
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Appellate Division, First Department: November 18, 2021

June 21, 2021 | The Legal Intelligencer

New Ruling Could 'Broadly Impact' Data Privacy in Pa., Federal Judge Says

"The questions presented in this case undoubtedly have the potential to broadly impact the manners and methods by which individuals and entities collect and transmit information across web platforms in Pennsylvania," wrote U.S. District Judge William Stickman IV of the Western District of Pennsylvania.
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December 10, 2019 | Legaltech News

Federal Court Allows Wiretap Class Actions to Proceed Against Retailer, Data Collection Firm

Although the decision denied the defendants' efforts to dismiss the class action lawsuit entirely, the ruling also dismissed the plaintiff's argument that the defendants' conduct had additionally constituted an invasion of privacy.
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