Could Suggested Search Defamation Survive the CDA?

“Suggested search defamation,” or “autocomplete defamation,” lawsuits have overcome legal hurdles in at least a half-dozen other countries. Is it a matter of time before we see ... Read more

CHESTER pllc Declares Independence

In keeping with the spirit of July 4The Dallas-based global business & innovation law firm of CHESTER pllc is pleased to announce that it will begin to exclusively (to the extent possible) use e-s ... Read more

ICE seizes 70 Websites Offering Counterfeit Merchandise

The 70 websites seized are part of Project Copy Cat, an iteration of Operation In Our Sites (IOS), and closely mimicked legitimate websites selling authentic merchandise and duped consumers into unkno ... Read more

Importer of Pirated Software Gets “Clicked” . . . into Handcuffs

A California, man was recently arrested by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) special agents for importing more than 1,000 counterfeit Micros ... Read more

About Web Site “Terms of Use”

A Terms of Use agreement or Terms and Conditions, as it is sometimes called, is an important part of an e-commerce website. A Terms of Use agreement is important for limiting the potential liability o ... Read more

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