In Data Engine Techs. LLC v. Google LLC, the Federal Circuit held that an invention for navigating through complex three-dimensional electronic spreadsheets was patent-eligible subject matter.
An award to a prevailing party for fees and costs after the losing party rejected a Section 998 pretrial settlement offer does not apply to nonfrivolous cases filed under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), a California appellate panel has ruled.
On November 29, 2018, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced revisions to U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) policies that expand prosecutors’ discretion in awarding cooperation credit to companies facing criminal or civil investigations.
Effective December 31, 2018, New York employers will be subject to changes to both the state-mandated minimum wage and certain overtime exemption criteria.
The holiday season is here again and it is a prime time for cybercriminals to target websites to steal sensitive data.
As we have previously reported, the ACA International decision from the D.C. Circuit changed the face of litigation in the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) world by striking down the Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC’s) 2015 automatic telephone dialing system (ATDS) ...
An Illinois federal court judge denied class certification in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) lawsuit against Citigroup after the defendant successfully argued that individual issues would predominate.
Canceling an insurance policy alone was insufficient to revoke the consent of a married couple to receive calls from their former insurance company, an Indiana federal court recently ruled.
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) continues to haunt defendants even after the death of a named plaintiff, with a New York federal court holding that a claim under the statute survives because the TCPA is remedial in nature and not penal.
Uber drove a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action out of the courthouse, successfully convincing an Illinois federal court judge that the ride-hailing app’s terms included a “clear and conspicuous” statement that arbitration was the forum for any disputes.