Monthly Archives: July 2018

the perils of default judgments against speech: showing up late can prove onerous

Lokosky v. Gass, No. 1 CA-SA 18-0101, 2018 WL 3150499 (Az. Ct. App. Jun. 28, 2018) Respondents (not Gass, who’s the judge, named for procedural reasons) sued Lokosky for false advertising and related claims seeking to compel Lokosky to “remove … Continue reading

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search results labeled as results aren’t confusing

Carter v. Oath Holdings, Inc., No. 17-cv-07086-BLF (N.D. Cal. Jun. 21, 2018) Carter allegedly owns a trademark registration for “The House of Figurine Sculptures.com.” Defendant is Yahoo!, which runs a search engine.  The complaint alleged that Yahoo! uses “two active … Continue reading

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