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14 Jun 2023, 5:01 am by Eugene Volokh
Netflix, Inc. (9th Cir.), prepared by my UCLA School of Law students Aaron Boudaie, Eimile Nolan, and Simon Ruhland and by me, on behalf of the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE), PEN American Center, Inc. [read post]
5 Jun 2023, 3:11 pm by Stan Gibson
Netflix, Inc.: District Court Denies Netflix’s Motion to Compel Plaintiff’s Third-Party Funding Documents appeared first on Patent Lawyer Blog. [read post]
13 Feb 2023, 7:17 am by Dennis Crouch
Teleport Mobility, Inc., 21-CV-1450, 2023 WL 362504, at *16 (S.D. [read post]
3 Feb 2023, 6:07 am by Woodruff Family Law Group
Find a series you enjoy on Netflix and get involved with the characters and plot. [read post]
27 Dec 2022, 12:36 pm by Matthew David Brozik
The AP reports that a small California (of course) company thinks it has a brilliant idea, a way to out-Netflix Netflix: Zediva Inc. is going to make available for viewing... [read post]
In 2019, Netflix reached out to SAG-AFTRA to negotiate a direct union agreement, leading to a 2019 agreement that included a Netflix-specific Dubbing Agreement. [read post]
11 Oct 2022, 8:23 am by Jonathan Bailey
Netflix did not comment on the lawsuit. [read post]
14 Sep 2022, 7:45 am by Eugene Volokh
Bruce Church, Inc. test), under which a regulation may be struck down if "the burden imposed on such commerce is clearly excessive in relation to the putative local benefits,"[19] might limit such state laws in some measures, as applied to small retailers.[20] In the tax context, Wayfair recognized that the "burdens [of having to collect state sales tax] may pose legitimate concerns in some instances, particularly for small businesses that make a small volume of sales to… [read post]
12 Sep 2022, 5:39 am by Jack Goldsmith
Netflix streams Rick and Morty and Star Trek: Discovery in the United Kingdom but not in the United States because its licensing contract requires such geographical differentiation to confirm with underlying copyright law.[11] For similar reasons, Amazon requires publishers of e-books to specify the countries where they own publishing rights, and it allows sales only to those countries.[12] Google likewise removes certain pages from its search results when ordered to do so by a court, but… [read post]