- Blog: Antitrust UpdateIndirect Purchasers Cannot Sue Qualcomm Under Federal Law, But State Law Claims SurvivePosted on November 21, 2017 by Kathrina Szymborski, Jonathan H. HatchA federal judge in California has refused to allow indirect purchasers of semiconductor chips—i.e., cell phone consumers—to bring claims against Qualcomm under federal antitrust law. Plaintiffs allege Qualcomm’s patent licensing practices are anticompetitive and constitute an abuse of Qualcomm’s dominant position in the supply of semiconductor chips. As a result of these practices, plaintiffs say, [...]
- Blog: Privacy and Information Security Law BlogUK Information Commissioner Publishes Advice on BCR Applications under the GDPRPosted on November 21, 2017 by Hunton & Williams LLPOn November 20, 2017, the UK Information Commissioner's Office published guidance on applications for Binding Corporate Rules to comply with requirements under the EU General Data Protection Regulation.… Continue Reading
- Blog: MMM Tech Law & Business ReportSE Tech Podcast Ep. 47 – Ernest Rolfson with FinexioPosted on November 20, 2017 by AdminWe speak with Ernest Rolfson from Finexio, a low-cost, highly effective solution for increasing B2B payments. Finexio is headquartered in Orlando, FL. https://finexio.com/
- Blog: Waller Law BlogSEC Chairman Sees ICOs as Securities OfferingsPosted on November 16, 2017 by Marc J. Adesso,Wes ScottSEC Chairman Jay Clayton spoke at the PLI Annual Institute on Securities Regulation in re: The DAO and his skepticism about ICOs being a securities offering.
- Blog: TSMP ForefrontBig data and the death of the shopping mallPosted on November 6, 2017 by How retailers can harness technology to beat e-commerce at its own game.
- Blog: HB BrieflyDisqualification: A Painful Reminder of the Pitfalls of Using Inadvertently Disclosed Attorney-Client Privileged InformationPosted on August 21, 2017 by Candice ShihIn California, State Compensation Insurance Fund v. WPS, Inc. 70 Cal.App.4th 644 (1999), has served as the rule book for attorneys who obtain inadvertently disclosed and obvious attorney-client information on how to avoid certain disqualification from representation. Under State Fund, regardless of how the attorney came into possession of the information, once it is concluded that … Continue reading Disqualification: A Painful Reminder of the Pitfalls of Using Inadvertently Disclosed Attorney-Client Privileged Information →