Kelly / Warner Law Blog

Welcome to the Kelly / Warner law blog. Each week, we post reviews and analysis of recent and significant lawsuits, in addition to opinions and general legal advice related to Internet, unfair competition, marketing, business, intellectual property, startup and defamation law. If you have a topic you'd like us to cover, send in a suggestion!

Jan
27
2015
Internet defamation attorney

Former Employee Defamation: A Legal Introduction

Employee defamation case study.

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Jan
20
2015
COPPA lawyer explains online privacy legal audit

Do Foreign Companies Have To Follow FTC COPPA Rules and Regulations? Yes.

Do non-U.S. companies have to follow rules and regulations laid out by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission? If a company is selling a product or service that U.S. residents can buy, then said business is beholden to FTC regulations. This blog post is about a Chinese company that may have to pay a huge fine for COPPA violations.

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Jan
14
2015

Professional Defamation Case Study: Mogul v. Mogul

Kelly / Warner handles professional defamation lawsuits. As such, on our blog, we like to review business reputation cases in the news. This one is about casino mogul Steve Wynn and financier Jim Chanos.

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Jan
13
2015
online copyright lawyer

Internet Law: Can You Get A Video Removed From YouTube If You’re In It?

An actress is trying to gain copyright control of a YouTube video in order to move forward with a DMCA take down. Can she do this? Click through to read about the Internet law and copyright law implications in this much-watched case.

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Jan
05
2015
Arizona revenge porn lawyer

Arizona Revenge Porn Law “On Ice.” Can You Still Get Pics Removed?

Arizona was one of the first states to pass a law specifically addressing revenge porn. But will the law stand, or does it violate the First Amendment? Moreover, if the law is repealed, what are the consequences for Arizona revenge porn victims?

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Dec
29
2014
Internet lawyer for Google issues

Famous Trade Secret Lawsuit: The “Oscar” People v. GoDaddy

Google is a tech rockstar — and part of what makes the company untouchable is their trade secrets. In 2012, a lawsuit between two other parties involved a Google trade secret. Read about the case here.

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