Wednesday, February 16, 2011
The first caveat is that I'm sorry I haven't posted anything
recently. Work here at Alerding Castor Hewitt has been going
like gangbusters and yours truly has been up to his distinguished
eyeballs in work. Trust me, however, I'm now dutifully
committing myself to continue providing insight and...
Monday, December 20, 2010
Your friendly neighborhood litigation attorney at Alerding Castor
Hewitt, LLP with a final post for the year to all of our business,
Indiana internet litigation, and technology law clients.
Saturday, December 25th will no doubt be a date of celebration in
many homes. As you spend time with your...
Monday, October 11, 2010
Ok, I'll admit it. I was in a rut. Although I found
numerous interesting tidbits through-out cyberspace, I could not
find anything that piqued my interest enough to put aside the
billable hours of a technology legal counsel for a few moments to
blog about it. But, lo and behold, a college student...
Sunday, August 29, 2010
I don't often blanket repost other blogs that I see, however, in
this instance, I think it is appropriate. Venkat, writing for
Professor Goldman's blog, writes an excellent analysis of the
recent ruling in the In re: Easysaver Rewards Litigation(S.D. Cal.
August 13, 2010). This is a very...
Monday, August 30, 2010
Another post that doesn't quite fit neatly into Indiana Internet
litigation or privacy law, but that intrigues me.
BusinessWeek, passing along a Tim Greene article from NetworkWorld
(found here: www.networkworld.com/nwlookup.jsp), is reporting that
the U.S. military has issued an essay in which it...
Sunday, August 29, 2010
Back in October, 2009, I posted about the new endorsement /
testimonial rules set out by the Federal Trad Commission
There has been some development since that time, but mostly
everyone is still watching and waiting....
Sunday, August 22, 2010
The ACH litigation team had its first ever (as far as I'm aware)
litigation retreat this weekend, and as I reminisce on our time, I
am struck by the realization that to be a successful business, you
have to allow your team to envision and strive for excellence with
you. This weekend we had some...
Thursday, August 5, 2010
Your friendly Indianapolis attorney and Partner In Success at
Alerding Castor Hewitt, LLP here with another post, this time for
both business entities and lawyers who find themselves in the
trenches of business law, SaaS law, internet laws, and privacy
litigation and probate litigation. Partner and...
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Your friendly neighborhood technology counsel here: A couple
of recent state court decisions are going to start personal injury
attorneys frothing at the mouth, and might render some sleepless
nights for defense attorneys. Both Ohio and Florida recently
issued opinions in which they applied their...
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
I am speaking this afternoon at the MBO Conference on the
Legal Landscape of Corporate Blogging. It was an honor to be
invited to participate in this year's conference, and I am
truly looking forward to the time.As an Indiana technology lawyer I
monitor areas of law that impact my clients' business...
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
For anyone involved in blogging or interested in information
technology law or Internet privacy law, there is a strange case
with some important lessons which was handed down by the District
Court Western District of Kentucky last week. The case is
Yoder v. University of Louisville, 2009 WL 2406235...
Saturday, June 27, 2009
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (47 USC 230),
entitled “Protection for private blocking and screening of
offensive material”, is an important federal statute for any
interactive computer service provider. As a technology
lawyer, my law practice largely focuses on SaaS law,...
Thursday, June 11, 2009
For my first foray into the world of blogging, I think the
important first step is to answer the standard journalism questions
necessary for any good story, namely, the who, what, when, where,
and why. Sorry for the length. I promise that future blogs
will be shorter. Without further adieu, here...