The right clickwrap agreement will protect your assets and business better than a standard contract; it also allows for higher profit potential. I Want One » Certain clickwrap, browserwrap and sign-in wrap agreements may soon be under legal fire. Anyone using -- or considering using...
About Daniel R. Warner
As a partner at RM Warner, Daniel focuses the majority of his practice on litigating cases involving Internet defamation, false and misleading advertising/marketing, unfair competition and cyber harassment. Although based in Arizona, Dan Warner has litigated Internet defamation cases in California, Texas, Nevada, Pennsylvania, New York, Georgia, North Carolina and Florida, as well as numerous cases in Arizona. Mr. Warner also works on various contractual, commercial, business, real estate, Internet and Internet marketing matters.
The FTC may score a win, courtesy of the Ninth Circuit. The bench opted to revisit the FTC’s case against AT&T for allegedly throttling customer data. Technology law circles are buzzing about this case because if the judges rule in favor of AT&T, the decision...
Online platforms that feature user-generated content filtered by moderators may have to find other ways to police content if a paparazzo emerges victorious in a current Internet law case. Do Moderators Disqualify Websites From DMCA Shields? The suit at the center is Mavrix Photographs, LLC...
Is There A Marketing Loophole When It Comes To Up-Voting Amazon Reviews? The ever-evolving nature of online business is a source of both excitement and exasperation for entrepreneurs. Boundaries are repeatedly being pushed -- sometimes pitting pioneers against the proverbial “powers that be.” Take, for...
The NBA2k league -- a joint venture between the NBA and Take-Two Interactive -- is on track to launch in 2018, with 17 out of 30 NBA teams signed on to participate. NBA Teams Taking Part In Esports League What teams are taking part in...
Federal lawmakers clobbered the FCC’s digital data disclosure law, but Illinois representatives are nursing a version of it back to health. A digital data privacy measure, if ratified, the Right to Know Act would require most websites and social media platforms to disclose what user...
Amazon and other online retail destinations are killing brick and mortar stores. That’s the common sentiment wafting its way around Wall Street. But mall mogul Rick Caruso thinks the opposite. “Amazon Is Great For Retail” At the Milken Global Conference, Rick Caruso bucked consensus, asserting...
The Kiev major for Dota 2 climaxed with OG defeating Vitrus.pro 3-2. For their efforts, OG took home the first place prize of $1 million and Vitrus got a respectable $500,000, in what was the first of several multi-million dollar events this summer. Over the...
What do professional gamers need to consider when negotiating esports contracts? To avoid disputes, make sure everything is spelled out to the letter. And when we say everything, we mean everything -- from equipment quality to pay schedules to break times. Bottom Line: A good...
Currently, 34 U.S. colleges support varsity esports programs, compared to only 7 a year ago. That number will most likely double -- if not triple -- over the next couple of years as schools scramble to find a seat on the college esports train. Varsity...
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