- Blog: Antitrust UpdateNo Use Crying Over Settled Claims?: Second Circuit Affirms Approval of Dairy Farmers’ SettlementPosted on April 21, 2017 by This week, the Second Circuit affirmed the approval of a $50 million agreement settling price-fixing claims brought by a class of farmers against a dairy cooperative and a dairy marketing company. The settlement in Allen et al. v. Dairy Farmers of America et al. was notable for at least two reasons that were seemingly at [...]
- Blog: Privacy and Information Security Law BlogFTC Seeks Comment on Proposed Changes to TRUSTe’s COPPA Safe Harbor ProgramPosted on April 21, 2017 by Hunton & Williams LLPOn April 19, 2017, the FTC announced that it is seeking public comment on proposed changes to TRUSTe, Inc.’s safe harbor program under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule.… Continue Reading
- Blog: MMM Tech Law & Business ReportSE Tech Podcast Ep. 24 – Trust Stamp with Andrew GowasackPosted on April 20, 2017 by MMMTechLawWe speak with Andrew Gowasack of Trust Stamp, an identity authentication company that leverages artificial intelligence and blockchain technologies to guard against identity theft, friendly-fraud and “stranger-danger” by providing a secure digital token. Trust Stamp is headquartered in Atlanta, GA. www.truststamp.us
- Blog: Minter Ellison Technology, Media and IP BlogBack to basics – negotiating IP rights in technology development agreementsPosted on April 12, 2017 by Businesses frequently choose to engage third party providers to build technology to support business activities. The process of developing and commercialising an idea requires a significant investment of both time and capital. Whether you are commissioning an app or having a developer create a website, it is important to ensure that you enter into a robust agreement with the developer that protects your IP and confidential information and maximises your return on investment. To ensure that the developer is able to provide a product that meets the needs of your business, you will often need t...
- Blog: SerendIPity: Intellectual Property Law BlogSupreme Court’s Ruling on Damages Creates Uncertain Future for Design PatentsPosted on December 21, 2016 by Matthew T. HaysIn an opinion handed down on December 6th, 2016, the Supreme Court continued its tradition of unanimously overruling the Federal Circuit while chipping away at the power of patents. While the decision itself was brief and uncomplicated, it characteristically left the most difficult questions to be debated in the lower courts. Read More › Tags: