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PostPosted: July 8th, 2015, 10:35 am 
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WEIRD! LAWYERS WANT THE WSJ TO CLARIFY THEIR OPINION OF THEIR OWN PUBLISHED PIECE?! HUH??
Amid lawsuit threat, WSJ publisher insists expose on Najib accurate

https://sg.news.yahoo.com/amid-lawsuit- ... 00706.html
"The letter from law firm Hafarizam & Aisha Mubarak Advocates & Solicitors sought confirmation from Dow Jones & Company on whether if WSJ’s writers had accused the prime minister of misappropriation in their expose, which claimed that some US$700 million (RM2.6 billion) had ended up in the latter’s personal bank accounts."

RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN?
Facebook questions use of 'right to be forgotten' ruling

http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2 ... ten-ruling
"The May 2014 ruling, made by the European Court of Justice, set a precedent for removing outdated information from search results that are deemed to be no longer relevant or not in the public interest." and "The Belgian data protection commission recently sued Facebook over what it sees as a disregard for Belgian citizens’ private lives..."

INTRIGUING STORY FOR OUR ARTIST FRIENDS!
Brooklyn Family Feud Erupts Over Multimillion-Dollar Monet

http://observer.com/2015/07/brooklyn-fa ... z3fJHP1Vu6
"Was the painting bartered in 2003 in exchange for a generous loan? Is it even real?"

THIS (ALLEGED) PROBLEM IS NOT UNUSUAL IN THE INDUSTRY AT ALL!
Filipino newsman sues former employer in New York

http://globalnation.inquirer.net/125437 ... z3fJIWMpHQ
"Edmund Silvestre, Filipino Reporter’s former news editor, accused the named defendants with violations of the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act and the New York State Labor Law; fraud; breach of fiduciary duties; promissory estoppel; and breach of contract, according to a court document obtained by the Philippine Daily Mirror."

THIS FIRM HAS FILED 160 COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT LAWSUITS AGAINST BARS AND OTHERS
Virginia Beach karaoke bar sued for copyright infringement

http://hamptonroads.com/node/756686
"The federal lawsuit claims that Bayside failed to obtain a license for the public performance of six songs in the licensing company’s repertoire, including Bell Biv DeVoe’s 'Poison' and Tim McGraw’s 'Don’t Take the Girl.' It seeks statutory damages ranging from $750 to $150,000 per song, plus court costs and 'reasonable” attorney’s fees.'"


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