Posts Tagged ‘case law’

Who is the Copyright Owner When A Photo is Uploaded to Instagram

In a recent decision, NY courts ruled in favor of a large media company accused of copyright infringement after the company embedded a users Instagram picture in a article on their website after failing to get consent. It is common knowledge that when if you engage in a social media platform you are giving up a certain level of privacy and information security. But where is the line drawn, many don’t know what extent they’re coverage truly reaches.

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Notable Cases and Events in E-Discovery: March / April

LIMITING SCOPE OF EDISCOVERY a U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit ruling upholding a district court’s order limiting the scope of discovery and imposing sanctions against the plaintiff for disregarding the court’s orders and repeatedly engaging in litigation issues decided by the court. Decision: The Eighth Circuit affirmed the district court’s order limiting…

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Review the Newest Volume of eDiscovery Case Law Summaries (Zapproved Fall 2018)

Understand how the new rules, spoliation, and proportionality continue to impact corporate ediscovery case law Case Law Summaries provided by Zapproved, read the full volume here. Download your copy of the Fall 2018 Ediscovery Case Law Summaries volume. This new edition explores how recent spoliation, proportionality, and other ediscovery-relevant case decisions are guiding litigation. Stay…

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