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Anonymous Online Misconduct

The Legal Perils of Pinterest: How you can be at risk

By Ginny Sanderson  |  Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Pinterest and Copyright Infringement  

Along with friending, liking, Digging and tweeting, many social media users have now added “pinning” to their daily…

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International Discovery

World tech center is developing a new industry: discovery in international litigation. Dealing with 28 U.S.C. Section 1782.

By Karl S. Kronenberger  |  Friday, May 04, 2012

California’s Silicon Valley is the hub of the world’s technology industry. Every facet of the hardware and software industries finds its roots in the Bay Area. Lately, however, information…

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Spam Law

Twitter Brings Internet Lawsuit Against Spammers

By Karl S. Kronenberger  |  Friday, April 27, 2012

By Jeff Rosenfeld

Social media success Twitter is now taking measures…

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FTC Advertising Law Compliance

FTC’s New Business Opportunity Rule Becomes Effective March 1, 2012

By Karl S. Kronenberger  |  Monday, February 20, 2012

The Federal Trade Commission’s recently-amended Business Opportunity Rule (the “BOR”), which imposes new disclosure requirements and a waiting period on business opportunity products,…

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Class Action Defense

Kronenberger Rosenfeld Defeats Motion for Class Certification in Defending Putative Class Action

By Jeffrey M. Rosenfeld  |  Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Judge Robert L. Hinkle of the Northern District of Florida denied Plaintiff Ned Newcomer’s motion for class certification.  Kronenberger Rosenfeld represented Defendant 1021018 Alberta, Ltd.…

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