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Cases involving major technology companies. Laws that pertain to how digital information is generated, stored and managed.
By Shari Claire Lewis | October 18, 2021
In this edition of her Internet Issues/Social Media column, Shari Claire Lewis discusses a decision that offers support for the view that the websites of businesses with no public-facing, physical retail operations are not included in the ADA's definition of "public accommodations," and, therefore, that these businesses need not undergo the time and expense of making their websites ADA-compliant.
9 minute read
By ALM Staff | October 13, 2021
This suit was surfaced by Law.com Radar. Read the complaint here.
1 minute read
October 11, 2021
Plaintiff filed a motion for leave to serve a third-party subpoena ^prior to the Rule 26(f) Conference subject to a protective order.
1 minute read
By Elliot D. Ostrove and Motolani Oyedele | October 8, 2021
Appellate Division emphasizes the importance of providing online consumers with reasonable notice of all terms and conditions of a transaction. A prevalent issue is whether the online consumer has actually agreed to the terms.
7 minute read
By Michelle Kisloff, Andrew Bank and Adam Cooke, Hogan Lovells | October 6, 2021
The recent string of decisions rejecting plaintiffs' wiretap claims suggests this novel trend in privacy litigation is losing steam. But there are steps companies with consumer-facing websites can take to mitigate litigation risk and better position themselves to defend against potential claims.
6 minute read
By Andrew Goudsward | October 4, 2021
In a motion to dismiss the FTC's amended complaint against the company, Kellogg Hansen attorneys said Chair Lina Khan should not have participated in a vote authorizing the commission to continue its case.
4 minute read
By Andrew Goudsward | September 30, 2021
Alvaro Bedoya was appointed by President Joe Biden to the Federal Trade Commission earlier this month.
2 minute read
By Martin Lycka and William J. Pascrell III | September 30, 2021
Everyone wants a return to normal, while we're all aware of the risks that are still will us. In the end, the most successful operators in the gaming industry will also be the most responsible.
8 minute read
By Stephen M. Kramarsky and John Millson | September 20, 2021
Does a place of "public accommodation" under the Americans With Disabilities Act require a "physical place"? The court in a recent case had to grapple with application of a statute drafted before the modern Internet to a rapidly evolved (and evolving) digital landscape.
11 minute read
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