The Consequences of Violating Open Source Licenses

By: Jaideep Reddy “These days a developer will do a Google search, find five open-source products that fit … Continue Reading

The Right to Be Forgotten: One Year Later

Commentators and historians have long recorded the regrettable moments of high-profiled individuals. However, it was not until recently … Continue Reading

Oracle v. Google – or How a File Cabinet beat Harry Potter

The Oracle v. Google case, currently on appeal before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, will … Continue Reading

Google Books Litigation Update

The advent of mass digitization via Google Books has ignited a series of copyright-related actions filed by book … Continue Reading

Google and the Sherman Act or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Civil Procedure

Overview Google’s market dominance has attracted the attention of the press, competitors, and now the federal government. Recent … Continue Reading

In re Google Inc. Street View Electronic Communications Litigation: Radio Communications and Privacy by Convention

N.D. Cal.’s Chief Judge Ware has permitted the Wiretap Act claims against Google to go ahead in the … Continue Reading