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February 2017 Archives

Google partner company sues Uber for theft of technology

Uber has been having a rough few weeks. After the company reduced surge pricing at a New York airport when protesters of the recent travel ban flooded the gates, users of Uber deleted their accounts en masse. Then there have been the sexual harassment claims over the last week that have haunted the company, in some form or another, since its inception.

How a contract dispute lawsuit holds companies responsible

A contract is just a piece of paper with some provisions and rules written on it. The document means nothing if the individuals, companies or parties involved in the contract don't hold their partners to task. This is where a contract dispute can arise: when one individual, company or party doesn't uphold their end of the bargain, the other side can file a lawsuit to finalize the contract dispute and figure out what remedies are available to fix the situation.

Discussing copyrights and how to enforce them

Copyrights extend broad legal protections to individuals and businesses that create original works of authorship in a fixed and tangible form. What the latter part of that first sentence means is that the work must be written down or recorded in some way. You can't have an improvised speech or impromptu performance protected under copyright.

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