In case you as a lawyer have somehow been living under a rock, yes, that big Apple v. Samsung dispute is still going and we have it covered in today’s LXBN Roundtable. Also, interestingly, John Whitaker notes that DMCA takedown notices will now affect Google search rankings—though I’ve read that doesn’t apply to content on Google’s own YouTube, which is quite the haven for copyright-infringing content. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 150.
- Court Holds that VPPA Applies to Online Streaming Video – Washington, DC lawyer Steve Satterfield of Covington on the firm’s blog, Inside Privacy
- PPACA Penalties: What Individuals Without Coverage Will Pay – New York attorney Keith McMurdy of Fox Rothschild on their Employee Benefits Legal Blog
- Second Circuit Eases Aiding and Abetting Standard for SEC – Raleigh attorney David Smyth of Brooks Pierce on their blog, Cady Bar the Door
- Why Banning Horse Slaughter is Such a Terrible Idea -Texas attorney Alison Rowe in her Equine Law Blog
- Harlequin Authors File E-Book Class Action Case Against Harlequin Over “Who’s the Publisher?” – Seattle intellectual property lawyer Tonya Gisselberg on her blog, Seattle Copyright Watch
- The One In Which I Try to Explain the Joint Employer Test – Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Pullman & Comley in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
- You asked for it: Bipartisan agreement in congress – Fort Lauderdale attorney David Scileppi of Gunster on the firm’s blog, The Securities Edge
- CNIL’s Annual Report Highlights Right To Be Forgotten and Shortcomings of proposed regulation – Paris lawyer Winston Maxwell of Hogan Lovells on the firm’s blog, Chronicle of Data Protection
- The First Amendment Right To Be A Juggalo – Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
- Google Now Using DMCA Takedown Notices To Affect Search Ranking – Seattle attorney John Whitaker on his blog, the Copyright Infringement Advisor
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