Influential Stanford Law Professor To Help DVD-Streaming Startup Fight Hollywood
Copyright, Intellectual Property
April 7th, 2011
San Francisco, April 7, 2011 — When Hollywood’s largest movie studios launched a massive copyright infringement lawsuit against Silicon Valley DVD-streaming startup Zediva earlier this week, it looked as they would likely squash the company like a bug.
Appeals Court Decides That Search-Related Infringement Case Against Google Isn’t Frivolous
Intellectual Property, Patents
January 13th, 2011
A search-related tech company’s patent infringement lawsuit against Google wasn’t frivolous and deserved a full hearing even though the smaller company’s CEO publicly proclaimed in a blog post that its technology is different from Google’s, and even though the legal system agreed with that conclusion, ruled a federal appeals court on Tuesday.