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PostPosted: May 29th, 2015, 11:22 am 
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TSK, TSK! (ALLEGEDLY) STEALING CUSTOMER INFO. BEFORE LEAVING YOUR JOB CAN BE VERY EXPENSIVE!
Lee Enterprises sues former publisher over marketing info

http://www.montanakaimin.com/news/mt_st ... 3eb10.html
"The parent company of the Missoulian has sued a former publisher and four former advertising department employees, alleging they conspired to steal confidential client information from the newspaper and its in-house advertising agency to form a competing marketing agency."

GOOD ADVICE FOR FREELANCERS!
6 Ways to Protect Your Home in a Business Lawsuit

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/6-ways-pr ... 00027.html

I PREDICT PINTEREST WILL WIN. THEY AREN'T RESPONSIBLE FOR ITEMS POSTED BY THEIR USERS (THOUGH THEY SHOULD BE REQUIRED TO REMOVE ITEMS WHEN NOTIFIED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER)
Photographer Suing Pinterest in Federal Court Over Repeated Copyright Infringement

http://petapixel.com/2015/05/27/photogr ... ringement/
"A Seattle-based fine art photographer is suing Pinterest for infringing upon his copyrights and other intellectual property rights. Christopher Boffoli claims that his photographs have been posted over 5,000 times on the public site, and that Pinterest isn’t doing enough to 'protect photographers and their work'."

NO, YOU CAN'T USE SOMEONE ELSE'S TRADEMARKED NAME TO TURN A PROFIT
Grand Theft Auto movie faces trademark suit

http://www.3news.co.nz/entertainment/gr ... z3bXbU6Teq
"Producers of Daniel Radcliffe's upcoming Grand Theft Auto TV movie have been hit with a trademark infringement lawsuit. Bosses at Take-Two Interactive, who own Grand Theft Auto developer and publisher Rockstar Games, have now filed a lawsuit against BBC officials to ensure they do not misuse trademarks relating to the video game series in their 'unofficial' film."

Victoria Strauss has issued a warning about Raider Publishing International
http://accrispin.blogspot.com/2015/04/w ... ional.html

MORE ABOUT THE AUTHOR SOLUTIONS CLASS-ACTION LAWSUIT, INCLUDING COMMENTS FROM SOME OF THEIR AUTHORS
Author Solutions Class Action Lawsuit: Update #2

http://the-digital-reader.com/2014/04/3 ... -update-2/


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