Monthly Archives: December 2019

Professor refused after filing a bias complaint may retain the jury award

The California Court of Appeals upheld a jury award of nearly $ 400,000 in damages to a college professor of Indian descent and descent who was denied tenure and has been fired from her job. The jury found that the university retaliated against the professor because it complained internally about …

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Online Intentional Infringement Standard Clarified: Zazzle Jury Prize Reinstated | Proskauer – New media and technologies

Recently, the Ninth Circuit restored a jury verdict of $ 460,000 against print-on-demand site Zazzle, Inc. (“Zazzle”) for willful copyright infringement, putting one final word (possibly ) on a long-standing dispute that explored an important DMCA safe harbor. problems for print-on-demand online services. (Greg Young Publishing, Inc. v Zazzle, Inc., …

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