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District court denies motion to dismiss blind organization's discrimination claims against Target.Com.
December 1, 2006... In National Federation of the Blind v. Target Corporation [No. C 06-01802 MHP (N.D. Cal. 09/05/2006)], the National Federation of the Blind (NFB) brought suit against Target Corporation, alleging that Target's Web site (www.target.com) was inaccessible to the blind and therefore violated...
It's the message, not the medium! Rules for electronic records and signatures in recorded land title instruments.
December 1, 2006... Last year, $2.653 trillion in new mortgage loans were originated in the United States. (1) A substantial number of these mortgages were recorded in the land records of one of approximately 3,600 counties, cities, or other municipalities, using a land records system that dates back to the...
Quality over quantity: strategies for improving the return on your patents.
December 1, 2006... When executives, engineers, and scientists look proudly at their patent display walls, they see achievement, but they also could be looking at gold. For many companies, their patents are a potential source of significant revenues that has remained untapped simply because the patents have...
Copyright infringement liability for video sharing networks: Grokster redux or breaking new ground under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
December 1, 2006... Ever since Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press, copyright law has constantly evolved to keep pace with the steady march of technology that has made copyright infringement much easier to accomplish and, consequently, more difficult to control. Recent examples of that evolution can...
Shifting patent power: the Supreme Court takes up "patent reform" where Congress fails to act.
December 1, 2006... During its long history, (1) patent protection in the United States has been highly cyclical. Periods of weak patent protection have followed--and been followed by--periods of strong patents with surprising repetition. While the dynamics are not entirely clear, economic developments and...