201402.26
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What is Litigation?

Litigation is the legal process through which the plaintiff and defendant (litigants) argue their side in court to achieve a specific outcome (monetary award, injunction to stop use of patented invention, avoidance of paying a settlement, etc.). Both businesses and individuals can file complaints with the court to start the process. In the end, the…

201401.16
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Understanding Patent Litigation

If you’ve been accused of ‘stealing’ a patented invention, you may face a myriad of legal obstacles that could result in the loss of time and money for your business due to fighting the charges brought against you. Patents allow businesses and individuals to legally protect their property from use by another business/individual in its…

201211.19
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What Does Cyber Law Mean in Today’s World?

Areas of Cyber Law on The Internet Today In many ways, the World Wide Web is a bit like the Wild Wild West of the 21st Century. There’s a huge realm of things people are discovering how to do online, and many of them aren’t exactly on the up and up. Cyber Law or Internet…

201209.13
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The Libya Anticybersquatting Domain Name Lawsuit

I recently successfully represented Mr. Ahmad Miski in a matter originally captioned as “The Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya and the Embassy of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya v. Miski.” Stated another way, my client was sued by the “Embassy” of Libya. The case was a domain name matter involving the domain names embassyoflibya.org, libyaembassy.com,…

201208.23
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Internet Safety For Kids

These days, kids get online at a younger age than ever before. There are some very useful things kids can do online, such as learning, research, educational games, and more. The internet is also something that need to be approached carefully for young users. There are plenty of cyber threats such as scams, identity theft,…

201103.17
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Menhart Quoted on Do-Not-Track

  I was recently quoted on the FTC’s proposed “Do Not Track” list in the Maryland Daily Record (subscription required). The proposed “Do Not Track” list is a follow-up proposal in light of the success of the “Do Not Call” list. The proposal would allow consumers to notify advertisers that they do not want their…

201101.31
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Can You Remove Facebook or Twitter Posts?

  I am often contacted by potential clients that discover that ostensibly “private” information on social networks, particularly Facebook and Twitter, has become public, often to the potential client’s detriment. The content has often become public because a third-party, including other Facebook or Twitter users, or a third party blog, reposts the information, often in…

201012.08
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Firm Launches Website for U.S. Copyright Group Defendants

  CyberLaw P.C. recently launched a new website, available at USCopyrightGroupDefense.Com, aimed at providing information about U.S. Copyright Group and its copyright infringement cases against numerous John Doe defendants. The site features general information about U.S. Copyright Group, including details about the parties, ISPs and works involved in many of its cases, most of which…

201011.03
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UDRP Panelist Cites Menhart Analysis on Laches

  I’m a bit late to discuss this, but I aim to give it appropriately detailed attention now. In Charter Communications, Inc. v. CK Ventures Inc. / Charterbusiness.com the Hon Neil Brown QC, a respected UDRP Panelist, cited my prior post on the potential applicability of laches as a defense to a UDRP complaint:  …